Healthcare social media #HCSM - top articles

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles related to healthcare social media (#HCSM) from the past 2-3 weeks:

You CAN enjoy Twitter without tweeting -- From AllergyNet: This tweet recently crossed my timeline: “If you don’t engage, there is no point having followers. Agree?” No. I don’t agree. Why? Because a comment like that immediately disenfranchises the 40% of those on Twitter who never tweet. These are the same people that go to public meetings and never ask questions. This is acceptable in a public meeting, and it should be on Twitter. Being inactive does not mean being disinterested. http://buff.ly/SL85DS

Potentials of Social Media for Tacit Knowledge Sharing Amongst Physicians (PDF) http://bit.ly/RFrAfj

Social media is an efficient and effective method for physicians to keep up-to-date http://buff.ly/TEHaxW

How the Mayo Clinic Maximizes Learning Opportunities Through Social Media http://buff.ly/PNCRPb

"Allergy Action Plan: Bring The Paperwork To Life" (video) http://buff.ly/QN8tTW

The “most-tweeted” medical conference ever http://buff.ly/QQq0dI

The Smartphone in Medicine: A Review of Current and Potential Use Among Physicians and Students http://buff.ly/THrvOA

Mark Zuckerberg confirms: 'I wear the same thing every day' - NBC http://buff.ly/U9bwsE

ENT doctor: "Twitter is the best and most efficient way to get started learning from and sharing information" http://buff.ly/QVwjwS

How to automatically archive all the links you share to Twitter and Facebook http://bit.ly/SwanKI

Doctors Are Texting the Teenage Patient - NYTimes http://buff.ly/TczIUl

Virtually There -- following the 2012 ACEP meeiting via Twitter http://buff.ly/RgZ2fE

Web sites will soon fall into two categories: high audience low yield, low audience higher yield http://buff.ly/RVgLcW

Quantifying yourself: the apps I use to measure myself - Loic Le Meur http://buff.ly/Rld9R0

A History of Social Media [Infographic] http://buff.ly/RMC3t2

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to clinicalcases@gmail.com and you will receive an acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

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