Originally published on MedCityNews.com. More social media engagement by healthcare is helping researchers track infectious disease and Originally published on MedCityNews.com. More social media engagement by healthcare is helping researchers track infectious disease and patients get better customer service from their health insurers. But it’s also making it a lot harder to keep up with.
Some of my favorite hashtags (here’s looking at you, #healthIT) now see too high of a volume of Tweets to keep up with every day. In my quest for new ways to follow interesting conversations, here are some of the good ones I found, and a sampling of something you might see with each one.
#whatifhc (healthcare dreams and wishes)
— Len Starnes (@lenstarnes) August 1, 2013
— KPNorthernCal (@kpnorcal) August 29, 2013
— Reid B. Blackwelder (@blackweldermd) August 27, 2013
#s4pm (Society for Participatory Medicine)
— Tech urSelf (@TechurSelf) August 28, 2013
#hcux (healthcare user experience)
— The Usability People (@UsabilityPeople) August 19, 2013
#howmuchisthat? (pricing and cost transparency)
— Casey Quinlan (@MightyCasey) August 27, 2013
#PtExp (patient experience)
— Naomi Kaufman Price (@writeo) August 29, 2013
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