I was asked by my good friend and Social Media Today CEO, Robin Carey, to write up the top 10 posts of 2012.  I thought this was a super idea and went right to it.  However, I could not keep it down to 10 (there were too many good ones!) and so I expanded my review to the top 20 posts of 2012. 

In going through the posts, I was "reliving" 2012, remembering certain posts and reflecting on events of the past year.  It was fun.  The posts that I chose are in no particular order, and there was no specific algorithm used.  I remembered each of them, which says something about them right there.  I tried to get an even spread of topics and viewpoints.

If you haven't read some of these, take a look.  What this experience showed me is that we certainly do have a wealth of great contributors who put out some great content.  Good Job Everyone and Thank You for All Your Contributions.

Best Wishes for the Coming New Year!

Top 20 HealthWorks Collective Posts of 2012:


A Humbling Experience

Mobile Health Around the Globe: The Real India - mHealth and Beyond

Person-Centered HealthCare: EndoGoal - the Diabetes App That Rewards

Telehealth and Telemedicine: Essentials, Top Do’s and Don’ts

Top 10 Innovative Companies In Healthcare 2012

What Every Doctor & Administrator Should Know About a Physician’s Reputation:

What’s the Matter with Mobile Health Apps Today?

Baby Boomer Bop: 15 Great Songs About Aging and Growing Older

8 Exercises to Improve Your Mental Health

#HCSM Review: The Mobile Edition

mHealth: Barriers To Global Implementation

mHealthSummit Day 2: Innovations and Devices

First Surgery Broadcast Live on Google Plus Hangout

The History of the Nurse’s Cap

Using Social Media to Market and Brand Your Medical Practice

Top 25 "Most Beautiful" Hospitals

10 Innovative Ways to Improve the Patient Experience

High Quality, Low Cost HealthCare Video Interview Series: Casey Quinlan - "HOW MUCH IS THAT?"

Social Media, mHealth and Medicine: 2012 in Review and Hopes for the Future

Big Data, Small Data… Size Doesn’t Matter, Data Management Does.