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Research Reports- Benchmarking - Implications:  Healthcare Social Media Activity - 2013
 
Social media has changed the nature of healthcare interaction, and health organizations that don't pursue this virtual environment are likely missing opportunities to engage consumers. The power of social media for health organizations is in listening and engaging with consumers on their terms. MCOL and ICF International are presenting key research findings from their respective studies regarding healthcare social media activity during this sixty minute HealthcareWebSummit event. This national webinar provides presentations on both reports, and attendees receive a full copy of MCOL's white paper which includes benchmarking findings for 2013, with comparisons to 2012 and 2011 study results.

Please join us at 1PM Eastern on Thursday, October 10th, 2013, as ICF International's Jean Politakis and MCOL's Marshall Riddle share their healthcare social media findings and insights. Click here for detailed information and to register or call 209.577.4888.
 
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