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Started by Randy Schwarz (@randyschwarz) · Tue, Feb 11 at 8:32am CDT

Celebrity Sighting

You’re fairly certain you just saw a famous politician walking through a Mayo Clinic building. You post this on Yammer, Mayo Clinic’s internal social networking tool, to see if any of your colleagues saw him. Is this acceptable?

A. Yes, only Mayo Clinic employees and students have access to Yammer

B. No, it is never acceptable to discuss patients (or suspected patients) on social media

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Susan Lebel (@susanlebel) · Tue, Feb 11 at 3:58pm CDT · #

B.

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Jennie Fiechtl (@dermandlaser) · Tue, Feb 11 at 4:09pm CDT · #

B

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Jason Pratt (@jasonpratt) · Tue, Feb 11 at 4:38pm CDT · #

B. Not acceptable at all, even though it's internal social media.

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camilo (@camilo) · Thu, Feb 13 at 11:09am CDT · #

Does Randy Schwartz count as a celebrity?

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Diane Vicars (@dvicars) · Fri, Feb 21 at 8:38am CDT · #

B. B. B.