Digital Solutions, Inc and MDWebPro Release Healthcare Social Media Week in Review

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The healthcare community is made up of a diverse group of people. From the patient to the hospital PR team to the physician to the pharmaceutical company all are engaging in person and via social media platforms. This week’s healthcare social media in review takes a look at several of hats that make up the community.

Healthcare Social Media Week in Review 9/24/2012

"Our content addresses the big movers in healthcare social media and the big questions faced by providers. The healthcare landscape is changing rapidly. Patients increasingly are going to the web for a first or second or third opinion.

Stuart Wainstock, Social Media Manager at Digital Solutions, Inc and MDWebPro this week released his Healthcare Social Media Week in Review.

According to Wainstock, "The healthcare social media scene continues to grow with great discussions this week around social media and the emergency room, growth in the epatient movement, hospitals utilizing social media and more. It can be a challenge to keep up with all the latest activity and that is why we provide our week in review."

Healthcare Social media content benefits patients and providers alike. Wainstock provides a weekly overview of the HCSM chat which takes place on Twitter and also dives into other discussions gaining traction throughout the week.

Wainstock continues, "Our content addresses the big movers in healthcare social media and the big questions faced by providers. The healthcare landscape is changing rapidly. Patients increasingly are going to the web for a first or second or third opinion. This is a fact and a trend that will continue to grow."

Digital Solutions, Inc out of Minneapolis hosts the MDWebpro blog and suite of applications helping doctors across the United States and abroad better utilize and measure inbound marketing. To learn more about MDWebPro or Digital Solutions, Inc, visit MDWebPro.com or call 800-941-0378

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