The Future of Health is Social - For me, healthcare social media use (or #hcsm on Twitter) is less about the social support that traditional social media tools offer, such as people sharing the same illness connecting–which has tremendous value in and of itself. It is more about the reach, and the following opportunities social media can provide healthcare stakeholders on the whole.
Why More Patients Should Blog About Illness And Death
How Social Media Is Changing The Way We Approach Death Death has long been taboo in an American culture that values youth, but an open conversation online can increase our enjoyment of life and understanding of its eventual end.
Technology’s Transformational Impact on the Healthcare Experience From state-of-the-art medical devices to social media interactions, technology is revolutionizing patients’ lives, making what was previously impossible an everyday reality. Read more at: http://www.1to1media.com/view.aspx?docid=34720
Using Social Media to Educate and Empower Patients. Just like any other business, social networking sites has allowed for company-employee-customer interaction. Effective engagement can prompt effective changes in regard to policy and/or business plans. #socialmedia #healthcare #socialnetworking