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Good thoughts from Reed Smith on the importance of family discussions about [...]

Good thoughts from Reed Smith on the importance of family discussions about social media

Created by Lee Aase

What are some recommendations for how best to measure, track and report [...]

What are some recommendations for how best to measure, track and report reach for a planned healthcare moderated twitter chat?

Created by msommerfeld

Starting Social Media Grand Rounds

Social Media Grand Rounds is an educational and networking event we will be holding every other month on our Mayo Clinic campuses, with a video stream available for those who can’t join us in person. It's a chance for us to gather outside ideas and perspectives, often from other industries, [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Call for Presentations and Case Studies

In addition to our intensive Social Media Residency program, the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media plans to provide numerous social media learning opportunities in 2014 through the Social Media Health Network: Monthly Webinars produced in collaboration with Ragan Communications Regular Member Conference Calls and Webcasts, as well as featured [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Bringing an iPad to Social Media Residency?

If you will be attending one of our Social Media Residency cohorts and plan on using your iPad to participate, then you'll want to download and install these apps ASAP! It will also be helpful to create accounts on each of these platforms if you do no already have them. [...]

Created by Randy Schwarz

Social Media lead from INTEGRIS Health in OK, with a question. I [...]

Social Media lead from INTEGRIS Health in OK, with a question. I want to do a report each month each month of how many posts (not just FB, all social media) I make by service line, but I have multiple FB pages, Twitter feeds, Pinterest pages, and Instagram accounts. And [...]

Created by Sarah Johnston

Social Media 110: Mayo Clinic's Social Media History

Mayo Clinic established its Center for Social Media in July 2010 (and subsequently the Social Media Health Network) as the next step in its social media progression. In this course Lee Aase, Director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, describes Mayo's century-long history of social networking and how [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Accelerating the Social Media Revolution

This morning Dr. Farris Timimi and I are opening the #MayoRagan Social Media Summit with our keynote address...or since it's two of us, it's more like a keynote conversation. We'll be moving quickly, so for reference, here are our slides. Note that the slide deck on Slideshare has lots of [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Associate memberships offer opportunity for Patient Advocates, Students, Faculty

We’re excited to announce a new opportunity for people who don’t currently work full-time in the health care industry to become Associate Members of the Social Media Health Network. The network is a project of our Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, gathering individuals and organizations interested in applying social [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Seattle Social Media Residency Reflections

We brought the Social Media Residency program to Seattle earlier this month, with guest faculty members including Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, Dana Lewis and Dan Hinmon. We featured Dr. Swanson's perspective previously. Here are some thoughts from Dana and Dan as they reflected on the day-and-a-half program in Seattle: The [...]

Created by Randy Schwarz

Patient/Caregiver Discounts for Social Media Residency

The mission of the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media is to lead the social media revolution in health care, contributing to health and well being for people everywhere. Providing training for those interested in applying social media tools to promote health, fight disease and improve health care is essential [...]

Created by Farris Timimi

FB 101: Introduction to Facebook

Facebook is the world's most widely used social networking site, with more than 1 billion active users. If you haven't yet created your personal profile on Facebook, this brief video will walk you through the process. Watch/Listen: You may wish to click on the lower right corner of the video [...]

Created by Hugh Stephens

Social Media Residency Prerequisites Page Posted

As we continue to enhance the Social Media Residency program, we've created a page of prerequisites to enrich the in-person experience of the course. By completing these modules in advance, residents will have their accounts established in Twitter and Facebook and will have some blogging familiarity. We'll spend the first [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Faculty, Agenda Set for Social Media Residency in Dallas

We're pleased to announce our faculty and the agenda for our Social Media Residency in Dallas, which Baylor Health Care System is hosting in Dallas, Texas. The program begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10 and concludes at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Faculty members include the physician and administrative leaders of [...]

Created by Randy Schwarz

Faculty, Agenda Set for Social Media Residency in Seattle

We're pleased to announce our faculty and the agenda for our Social Media Residency in Seattle, which Swedish Health Services is hosting at its Swedish Cherry Hill Conference & Education Center (1st floor of James Tower) in Seattle, Washington. The program begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 13 and concludes at [...]

Created by Randy Schwarz

Social Media as Black Swan?

Editor’s Note: Matt Katz, M.D., is a member of the External Advisory Board for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media. Recent data from Pew Research show that 59% of U.S. adults go online on for health information on 15 health topics surveyed.  Clearly, many of us find valuable information [...]

Created by Matthew Katz, MD

Can Social Media Do More Harm than Good?

Editor's Note: Matt Katz, M.D., is a member of the External Advisory Board for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media. I’ve been a social media enthusiast for some time and see great potential for communication technologies to improve health and medicine.  As a doctor, I’ve begun to explore how [...]

Created by Matthew Katz, MD

Patients/Caregivers: Win a Scholarship to Social Media Week at Mayo Clinic

The Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media is offering an opportunity for patient advocates to participate in its Social Media Week at Mayo Clinic, Oct. 21-25, 2013, in Rochester, Minn. through its third annual scholarship contest for patients and caregivers. "We want patients and caregivers to be represented in these [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Voting Open in Social Media Week Patient/Caregiver Scholarship Contest

Today we published the first essays submitted in the Patient/Caregiver Scholarship Contest for Social Media Week at Mayo Clinic. We will be awarding three scholarships, including air travel, lodging and registration for Social Media Residency, the #MayoRagan Social Media Summit (where winners will be part of a keynote panel) and [...]

Created by Lee Aase

PAM (Patient Activation Measure) is very interesting tool to gage patient and [...]

PAM (Patient Activation Measure) is very interesting tool to gage patient and HCP engagement and the stages to achieve a true learning outcome. I wonder if others see the value of this tool? The link below has the full post. Thanks http://bioc.net/blog/2013/6/28/i-learned-a-lot-from-pam-patient-activation-measure.html

Created by Mark