Though many hospitals have made strides to improve population health by forming public health partnerships with other organizations, that's merely one of the ways healthcare leaders can engage their communities, according to an article from Hospital & Health Networks (HHN).
Although narrow payer ne tworks often exclude certain physicians, 44 percent of patients may be willing to seek out-of-network doctors with favorable online reviews, according to a new sur vey published by practice management consultancy Software Advice.
The use of social media among U.S. hospitals is greater than previously thought, although the impact it has on patients and populations remains unknown, according to new research published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
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While the potential benefits of social media in healthcare are vast, so too are the consequences for physicians or organizations whose representatives don't post carefully, according to a po st on OncLive.
Many nurse practitioners and physician assistants believe social media use has helped their careers, according to a new survey by The Clinical Advisor.
Nigeria leaders are crediting mHealth and social media technology for playing a big role in containing and eradicating the Ebola virus from the country.
There are many emerging themes and movements driving healthcare innovation and evolution, which is comparable to the Age of Enlightenment with its new discoveries and ways of solving problems, Forbes contributor Dave Chase wrote in his most recent column.
Research exploring how social media can be used to advance prevention and treatment of substance abuse has received a boost from the National Institutes of Health.
Following in the footsteps of tech companies like Apple and Google, Facebook has also set its sights on healthcare.