Attitudes on the use of Social Media in Healthcare Communications

Published in the Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2013 Vol. 6 No. 1 Abstract Social media has become a mainstay of communication between business-to-business and business-to-consumer endeavors. However, lacking is a fair and balanced discussion of the risks and benefits of utilization and implementation, in particular, within healthcare communications. Our research objective is to assess […]

Survey: Attitudes on Social Media in Healthcare Communication

There is a lot of debate at the moment over the use of social media in healthcare. As with any discussion, the more facts we have the more informed decsions we can make.

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What seems to be lacking in the debate is a clear sense of “What average Americans believe may be appropriate uses for social media by healthcare organizations, if any”.