Social Media and Telehealth

July 28, 2011
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I’m really pleased to have been invited by Tom Brewer, Program Manager, and the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center (NRTRC) to prepare a social media toolkit for telehealth professionals and networks.  In addition to a guide and telehealth-specific examples, it will include a template policy, guidelines, worksheet and checklist.

I’m really pleased to have been invited by Tom Brewer, Program Manager, and the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center (NRTRC) to prepare a social media toolkit for telehealth professionals and networks.  In addition to a guide and telehealth-specific examples, it will include a template policy, guidelines, worksheet and checklist.

To lauch the release of the toolkit, I’ll present on some of the highlights during an interactive web conference on August 18th.  Both Tom and I invite you to register if you have an interest in this specific area of social media applications.

Also, if your telehealth organization is using social media for outreach or to enhance your program and service offerings, please leave a comment on this post with a link to your example (s).

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