Best Practice Social Media Use for Healthcare Professionals

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The March 9, 2020 HospitalRecruiting.com blog described cautionary “Don’ts” regarding physicians use of social media. “Don’ts” are so important that they bear repeating:

 

Don’t confirm Facebook friend requests from patients. Don’t violate HIPAA regulations. Don’t dispense medical advice to patients. Don’t post unprofessional statements or material. Don’t display unprofessional behavior or photos. Don’t violate your employer’s regulations.

In contrast, this blog is about “Do’s.”

 

Get started on social media. Determine your goals. Get acquainted with the most active social media channels. Determine how much time and energy you want to invest.

 

Consider your

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