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.

Potentials of Social Media for Tacit Knowledge Sharing Amongst Physicians (PDF)

Social media is an efficient and effective method for physicians to keep up-to-date

How the Mayo Clinic Maximizes Learning Opportunities Through Social Media

"Allergy Action Plan: Bring The Paperwork To Life" (video)

The “most-tweeted” medical conference ever

The Smartphone in Medicine: A Review of Current and Potential Use Among Physicians and Students

Mark Zuckerberg confirms: 'I wear the same thing every day' - NBC

ENT doctor: "Twitter is the best and most efficient way to get started learning from and sharing information"

How to automatically archive all the links you share to Twitter and Facebook

Doctors Are Texting the Teenage Patient - NYTimes

Virtually There -- following the 2012 ACEP meeiting via Twitter

Web sites will soon fall into two categories: high audience low yield, low audience higher yield

Quantifying yourself: the apps I use to measure myself - Loic Le Meur

A History of Social Media [Infographic]

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

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