Two tips for improving patient satisfaction

Lori Chovanak
Lori Chovanak // October 28, 2016
Choosing healthcare as a profession begins with the desire to truly help people during times of great need. Playing an active role in enhancing a patient's experience during a health crisis is moving to the soul. Sometimes the things patients need to feel cared for is simpler than we might...

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Why hospitals go social

Debra Jasper
Debra Jasper // March 4, 2013
Our health-care clients ask us all the time — how do our peers handle their social media efforts? Now we know the answers, thanks to a survey that we have just completed with the Ohio Hospital Association. We're jointly releasing A Healthy Dose of Social Media today. The big findings: At 85 percent of the...

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A game for healing brains

Rob Messinger
Rob Messinger // June 14, 2012
Could a video game really help people suffering from brain injuries? A Los Angeles company working for the Department of Defense thinks so. It's part of a growing effort to use games in health care and other industries — and for purposes far beyond having fun. Blue Marble Game Co. developed The...

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Social Media Isn’t Brain Surgery, Except When It Is

Mindset Digital
Mindset Digital // May 9, 2012
After live-tweeting an open heart surgery back in February, Houston's Memorial Hermann hospital has one-upped themselves this morning by live-tweeting a brain surgery from their @HoustonHospital account on Twitter. (more…)...

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