#hcsm – January 20, 2013

Watch the live #hcsm stream from January 20, 2013 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download/view the PDF archive/transcript of the January 20, 2013 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

  1.  “Rating” providers – do providers respond to feedback (via ratings) differently online versus HCAHPS data? Should they?
  2. Where does innovation happen for medical devices? How can patients & providers get involved in that pipeline? Does SM help?
  3. Is ‘bedside manner’ truly limited to bedside? How can providers translate the skills that make them good care providers online?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – January 13, 2013

Watch the live #hcsm stream from January 13, 2013 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download/view the PDF archive/transcript of the January 13, 2013 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

  1. How can HCSM be used by HCPs to help ‘careguiders’? How can careguiders use HCSM?
  2. Who is responsible for a provider’s reputation online? What if they’re not online? How can providers manage their rep?
  3. How can patients monitor their reputation online, knowing that employers and HCPs could be in the online audience?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – January 6, 2013

Watch the live #hcsm stream from January 6, 2013 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download/view the PDF archive/transcript of the January 6, 2013 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

  1. Fill in the blank: “2013 is the year of the ______ in health & social media”. (Then explain why you think so.)
  2. What’s one thing you’re looking forward to doing (HCSM-wise) in 2013? Is it a resolution, a dream, or an action-plan?
  3. SM is always changing and evolving, as is health care. What do you want to learn more about in 2013? How will you do so?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – December 16, 2012

Watch the live #hcsm stream from December 16, 2012 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download and view the PDF archive/transcript of the Sunday, December 16, 2012 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

    1. We’re wrapping up 2012. What’s one thing you wish you had done – or done differently – using health care & social media? What’s one thing you wish you had not done, or done less of?
    2. Which is the one group of people in HC that you wish you had spent more time with in 2012? Why?
    3. What ‘best practices’ in HC SM were established, or evolved, in 2012? What do you wish would become best practice in 2013?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – December 9, 2012

Watch the live #hcsm stream from December 9, 2012 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download/view the PDF archive/transcript of the December 9, 2012 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) twitter chat.

Topics:

    1. Mobile doesn’t always means smart phone. How could mobile HC help reach underserved; how do they access HC now?
    2. You can only spend time on one SM channel. As a provider, or a pt, which channel do you choose, and why?
    3. How do you define success in HCSM? Has this changed over time? Why/why not? (Also, explain POV re: success as a pt or as a HCP)

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – December 2, 2012

Watch the live #hcsm stream from December 2, 2012 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to download or view the PDF archive/transcript of Sunday, December 2, 2012 #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

    1. Lots of talk about price of HC. What can be done? Can ehealth & HCSM impact costs of health care? How? (Or if no, why not?)
    2. If you could input one piece of data into your EHR (on top of existing doc data), what piece of data would you pick, & why?
    3. How do pts become e-patients? In case of a new diagnosis, what’s top thing patients should hear to help become e-patients?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

#hcsm – November 18, 2012

Watch the live #hcsm stream from November 18, 2012 at 8pm Central on Twitter. If you missed the chat, you can  come back and scroll through it again, any time. (Availability of archive depends on how Twitter API is working during the chat. I recommend searching for #hcsm directly on Twitter in real-time to watch/participate in the chat.)

Click here to view/download the PDF archive/transcript of the November 18, 2012 Sunday night #hcsm (health care communications & social media) chat on Twitter.

Topics:

    1. People like to hate on HIPAA…what’s one (or more) thing you’re thankful for related to HIPAA and patient privacy?
    2. Healthcare is about caring people caring for people. If there was one person you could thank for a previous or current HC encounter, who would you thank & why?
    3. Sometimes we become/are cynical/pessimistic. In general, what is one thing related to health care that you are thankful for?

Don’t forget – if you’d like to submit a topic for a future #hcsm chat, you’re welcome to! Read the details on the different ways to submit a topic for a #hcsm chat. Also, if you missed the chat, or want to add additional thoughts & feedback to the above discussion topics, leave a comment & keep the discussion going!

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