Has Your Hospital Engaged a “Social Media Sweatshop?”

This is creepy. I’m embarrassed to confess that I’ve never even considered this.  Certainly worth a read.  Chad Johnson in Healthcare IT News:

Hospitals and healthcare providers of all sizes are jumping feet first into social media marketing to help engage patients, to improve name recognition and to promote community health activities. While large health systems and physician groups have the means to hire full-time, experienced marketing professionals, small to mid-sized physician groups often look to outsource their social media and other marketing activities.”

Curious? http://www.healthcareitnews.com/blog/how-identify-and-avoid-social-media-sweatshops

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One Response to Has Your Hospital Engaged a “Social Media Sweatshop?”

  1. Pingback: It’s Time for Healthcare Professionals to Become Social Media Experts | Help At Home

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