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  • 01:01

    Ep310: Primary Care Progress Interview

    in Health

    This is my interview with Primary Care Progress about my social media history and my opinions about the Health Care Social Media (#HCSM) landscape. I also answered questions in real time from meeting attendees during this webinar. Thanks to Primary Care Progress for the opportunity to be a part of this webinar. Check out their website at http://PrimaryCareProgress.org

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    Ep295: Dr. Entrepreneur & SXSW

    in Health

    My guest will be Physician Entrepreneur Dr. Jennifer Dyer who will share her story of building Health Apps for smartphones. We'll also talk about the upcoming SXSW conference & what it's like being there. Dr. Dyer is also known as @EndoGoddess on twitter. Download entire episode at http://bit.ly/FMR295

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    Ep257: Family Medicine Rocks

    in Health

    Social media had huge influence in last week's AAFP NCSC meeting. Also discussing next wks AAFP Family Medicine Congressional Conf in DC (#aafpFMCC) and the Connecting HCSM conference in NYC (#hcsmNYC) including sponsorship my the Mayo Clinic Center of Social Media and the NYC Health Business Leaders group.

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    Dr. A Show 187: Dana Lewis

    in Health

    Dana Lewis is the founder and moderator of the Healthcare Communications & Social Media (#HCSM) weekly twitter chat that takes places weekly on Sunday nights at 9pmET. She recently accepted the position of Interactive Marketing Specialist at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. Swedish will be hosting their 2010 Health Care Symposium on Oct 11-12 and I have accepted an invitation to be on a panel for their pre-conference session. On tonight's show we'll be talking about Dana's career, HCSM, the Symposium, and whatever else comes up...

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    Taking Tweet Chats Beyond 140 Characters

    in Business

    Twitter opened the door to interactive, real time networking, relationship building and learning .. one 140 character tweet at a time. The next generation of tweets takes it up a notch to structured conversations among many. "Tweet Chat” pioneers join Toby to talk about the value and implications of Tweet Chats: Mack Collier, @mackcollier #blogchat; Dana Lewis @danamlewis #hcsm; and Marc Meyer @marc_meyer #socialmedia.