If you’re thinking about setting up social media accounts for your medical practice — or if you’ve already done so but aren’t sure what to do now — take heed. We’ve listed some quick and dirty do’s and don’ts for health care providers who need some help keeping those Twitter, Facebook and Instagram streams flowing with great content.
Once you have made the effort to create a Facebook page for your medical practice, the next challenge is regularly posting engaging information for the page’s fans. Keep the following list handy for quick and easy post ideas.
Have you checked out your reviews on Yelp?
That’s right. The same site that allows individuals to post reviews of restaurants and beauty salons allows them to also post reviews of physicians.
Yes, we wonder if people truly can accurately evaluate the true quality of the medical services that they receive. But, like it or not, patients are...
There’s a bit of debate around doctors interacting with patients or potential patients on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. In general, the two schools of thought go something like this:
Doctors shouldn’t interact with patients in social media because they don’t have time, and doing so contributes to physician...