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PSN in the News

  1. Social Media HIPAA Violations on the Rise
    Technology Digital (press release)
    But when you're in the medical profession, the stakes for bad social networking habits are a lot higher than just losing a job: Those who disclose patient ...

  2. PwC report shows importance of social media to healthcare
    Healthcare Finance News
    The PwC report, “Social media 'likes' healthcare: From marketing to social business,” includes findings from a recent HRI social media survey of more than 1000 ...

  3. 4 ways social media can improve your medical practice
    American Medical News
    Going online doesn’t have to be only about chatting with colleagues and patients. Experts give insights into techniques to tap into the power of social media.

  4. Facebook and physicians: Not good medicine
    Computerworld
    Doctors warned to stay off social media to avoid patient privacy conflict

  5. Should Healthcare Organizations Use Social Media?
    CSC
    Social media is the process of people using online tools and platforms to share content and information. It is drastically changing the way we communicate and you should not underestimate its ability to work for or against your organization.

  6. Patients want to use social media tools to manage health care
    American Medical News
    Two reports say more people seek services and health information delivered through social media, and that physicians are in most demand to share them

  7. Low-Income Patients Interested in Digital Health Communication

    Many lower-income patients say they would like to communicate electronically with their health care providers but are unable to do so because of insufficient technology at the clinics where they receive care, according to a new study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, Medical News Today reports.   Read more ...

  8. Engaging staff to engage patients

    Patient engagement is essential for meaningful use, and studies show it is becoming more definitively linked to consumer satisfaction.

    Read more ...

Health Care News

  1. Social Media HIPAA Violations on the Rise
    Technology Digital (press release)
    But when you're in the medical profession, the stakes for bad social networking habits are a lot higher than just losing a job: Those who disclose patient ...

  2. PwC report shows importance of social media to healthcare
    Healthcare Finance News
    The PwC report, “Social media 'likes' healthcare: From marketing to social business,” includes findings from a recent HRI social media survey of more than 1000 ...

  3. 4 ways social media can improve your medical practice
    American Medical News
    Going online doesn’t have to be only about chatting with colleagues and patients. Experts give insights into techniques to tap into the power of social media.

  4. Facebook and physicians: Not good medicine
    Computerworld
    Doctors warned to stay off social media to avoid patient privacy conflict

  5. Should Healthcare Organizations Use Social Media?
    CSC
    Social media is the process of people using online tools and platforms to share content and information. It is drastically changing the way we communicate and you should not underestimate its ability to work for or against your organization.

  6. Patients want to use social media tools to manage health care
    American Medical News
    Two reports say more people seek services and health information delivered through social media, and that physicians are in most demand to share them

  7. Low-Income Patients Interested in Digital Health Communication

    Many lower-income patients say they would like to communicate electronically with their health care providers but are unable to do so because of insufficient technology at the clinics where they receive care, according to a new study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, Medical News Today reports.   Read more ...

  8. Engaging staff to engage patients

    Patient engagement is essential for meaningful use, and studies show it is becoming more definitively linked to consumer satisfaction.

    Read more ...

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