Negative comments or publicity has always been one of the major reasons why healthcare professionals don’t like social media. Receiving a negative publicity take toll on the HCPs personal and professional life.So the real questions boils down to, how do we (patients/ HCPs) handle a negative social media comment or publicity?
Social Media Strategy and Healthcare There’s no denying social media is here, now. Our society live and breathe social media. In fact, many experts believe social media is the “game changer” in many sectors of our society now and in the foreseeable future. #HealthXPh believe social media is a tool to positively change or improve healthcare…
In this upcoming second summit in Manila on April 21, 2016, #HealthXPh will be bringing the discussion a step further into the healthcare social media landscape . “From click to brick” (this year’s summit tagline) will teach participants ethical, practical and hands on social media skills to level up their healthcare portfolio. #HealthXPh will hope to teach participants basic social media skill and align it with their healthcare goals.
There seem to be confusion on what constitute private space on social media. Also, there’s a dichotomy between “personal” and “professional” social media profiles. There are still HCPs believing one profile does not overlap each other even though both represent only one and the same person. Join us this Saturday April 25, 2015 9:00 PM Manila time, as we discuss healthcare social media profiles and industry guidelines.
Means, healthcare and patient advocates could be (twitter) rockstars too, someday.