Social Media

May 3, 2012

8 Social Media Tips for Physicians

By Mystery User

Develop a social media policy. This is true for all institutions no matter their size—even a small mom-and-pop clinical ­practice with one provider needs to have a social media policy. Remember, your employees will be on social media, and unless you have policy for behavior, you can’t define how they are going to engage, says […]

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Tags: Dr. Farris K. Timimi, HealthLeaders Media, social media policy


March 30, 2012

Mayo Clinic in News Weekly Highlights

By Mystery User

March 30, 2012 Mayo Clinic in the News is a weekly highlights summary of major media coverage. If you would like to be added to the weekly distribution list, send a note to Emily Blahnik with this subject line: SUBSCRIBE to Mayo Clinic in the News. Thank you. Karl Oestreich, manager enterprise media relations oestreich.karl@mayo.edu […]

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Tags: ABC News, Bloomberg, Dr. Jeff Sloan, Dr. Mario Collazo-Clavell, Dr. Roger Harms, Dr. Sharon Hayes, Dr. Uri Elkayam, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Obesity, Reuters, USA Today, Wall Street Journal


March 28, 2012

Mayo Clinic’s First Social Media Residency Kicks Off in Jacksonville

By Mystery User

They say you need to learn from the best. And some healthcare social media denizens are having a shot at that through Mayo Clinic’s first healthcare social media residency program that kicked off at its Jacksonville, Florida campus Wednesday. The two-day program aims to teach people how to harness the power of social media within […]

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Tags: Healthcare


March 28, 2012

Women Turn to Social Media for Support After Pregnancy Loss

By Mystery User

Ashley Webber and her husband Lee of Holly Springs, N.C., were thrilled when they learned she was pregnant with their second child. “Since I am a sharer, I posted the great news to my Facebook at four weeks — pretty much the minute we found out,” Webber says. Two weeks later, she miscarried. “Again, I […]

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Tags: Facebook, pregnancy loss, Roger Harms


March 1, 2012

Is Twitter reinforcing negative perceptions of epilepsy?

By Mystery User

. . .Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology and Chair of the Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, in an accompanying editorial wrote, “It is now time for the epilepsy community to rise up, have our own Twitter revolution, and alter the way the condition is perceived. There is too much suffering and […]

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Tags: Department of Neurology, Dr. Joseph Sirven, epilepsy, Professor of Neurology, twitter


February 29, 2012

Online chat room leads to Mayo Clinic studies

By Mystery User

Good friends Laura and Katherine met online a few years ago — not because they had mutual Facebook friends — but because they both had a rare heart condition. The disease is called SCAD in which the inner layer of the heart artery tears away from the outer wall. Most cases are fatal. “I just […]

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Tags: Dr. Sharonne Hayes, Facebook, Katherine Leon, rare heart condition, SCAD


February 15, 2012

Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone to Keynote HIMSS

By Mystery User

This week is the last lap before HiMSS12 – or the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s Annual Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas. I missed last year (Orlando), but I was in Atlanta for 2010 – and I’ve been to a few of these through the years.…One of the first institutions to actively embrace, foster […]

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Tags: Atlanta, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's Annual Conference & Exhibition, HiMSS12, Las Vegas, Lee Aase, Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, Orlando, Social Media University Global, twitter


January 23, 2012

Mayo Clinic Makes Fortune Magazine’s Top 100 List

By Mystery User

Every year, Fortune Magazine unveils the 100 best companies to work for. For the past nine years, Mayo Clinic has made the list. Besides the obvious perks and benefits, many businesses needed to show something special. At Mayo Clinic, it’s the average employees sense of accomplishment that keeps them on the list of best places to […]

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January 23, 2012

The Revolutionaries, Profile on Lee Aase.

By Mystery User

 Minnesota Monthly, 1/17/2012

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January 23, 2012

5 examples of hospital healthcare social media strategies

By Mystery User

Mayo Clinic may reign supreme when it comes to healthcare social media strategies. But there are other hospitals pushing the envelope in their own rights. Medical Coding and Billing blog has compiled a list of 20 inspiring hospital social media strategies, where Mayo takes the top slot, but here are five that I really liked. […]

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