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Dana Gulick
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Dana Gulick commented on Samantha Hamilton's blog post A Pinteresting proposition
"Great ideas! It will be interesting to see where Pinterest ends up once the image copyright question is tackled - but great to see these early opportunities identified for healthcare either way."
Mar 2, 2012
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Mar 2, 2012
Preeti commented on Dana Gulick's blog post mHealth Reaches the Developing World
"IT relations are good for health Industries. As we can get knowledge of various treatments of knee disorders and its surgeon where they situated as arthroscopic surgeon India. "
Aug 18, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Lucie Smith's blog post The next step of self diagnosis
"This is great to see - good roster of physicians and govt involvement. One thing I'm hung up on is whether the Forum is as "one way" as it appears - do they plan to include a place for patients to interface with the ass'n…"
Jul 22, 2011
Dana Gulick posted a blog post

Can Health Care Answer Back to Hacks?

Another big brand has gotten caught - literally - in the social web, complements of the hacker group notorious for commandeering Fox News' Twitter feed earlier this month. This time, the target was big pharma, and Pfizer was strung up as being “A Corrupt Corporate American Company guilty of cutting corners and…See More
Jul 20, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Nicole Franklin's blog post Pharma Should Not Abandon Facebook
"Seems counter-intuitive to try and stifle the amount of information available to consumers online as it pertains to big pharma and device cos - take the good comments with the bad and let the collective ferret out better technology! interesting read…"
Jun 29, 2011
Dana Gulick posted a blog post

mHealth Reaches the Developing World

http://www.texttochange.org/home Really impressed with what I just caught wind of through the #hcsm tag ... a new platform takes advantage of mobile - the most widely used communication technology in the world - and designs incentive based quizzes sent via SMSto educate, engage, and empower people on health related issues.  While mHealth has been slow to reach third-world countries, this all makes sense when you figure the ITU last calculated there…See More
Jun 29, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Sarah Willey's blog post Ford's Health & Wellness Initiative
"I saw this...first thought was the interesting timing, considering "Macho Man's" unfortunate accident earlier in the week (ah, pop culture). But then I got to thinking - could those sensors cause any negative reactions or electrical…"
May 26, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Jackie Hanley's blog post Should MDs be obligated to Tweet?
"So true, Jackie...could be a matter of time before docs are judged on their social media prowess! Could you imagine embarking on a physician search and making your choice based on who's most present in the social media sphere?"
May 13, 2011
Tanya Holloway commented on Dana Gulick's blog post Emergen-tweets: is Twitter replacing the phone when it comes to 9-1-1?
"Interesting post Dana, and a concerning topic at that! I wrote a post a few months ago about doctors responding to patients on twitter (I didn't think they it was the right platform for doctor/patient discussions) however the issue of flagging…"
May 12, 2011
Dana Gulick posted a blog post

Emergen-tweets: is Twitter replacing the phone when it comes to 9-1-1?

I attended a social media program hosted by the PRSA Boston chapter and Publicity Club of New England a few nights ago and was floored when Elaine Driscoll, director of communications for the Boston Police Department, shared with us that the city's 9-1-1 dispatchers assist with round-the-clock Twitter monitoring and response out of NECESSITY.  Of late, Twitter has evidently become a preferred platform for city residents to report emergencies,…See More
May 6, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Nicole Franklin's blog post How social media has changed crisis management
"Remember Motrin Moms?  Amazing how relevant this case study is nearly three years later...and how much is still uncharted territory when it comes to HCSM and crisis comms! What I'll always remember from Motrin is the importance of…"
May 6, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Shannon's blog post The Full Scope of HCSM
"Thanks for flagging, Shannon! What got me was one nagging little line at the end of the piece that I wouldn't have thought much of until I saw a similar post from Kevin M.D.: physicians having to combat negative web perceptions as a result of…"
May 6, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Nicole Franklin's blog post Roche Diabetes Care launches social media campaign in the US
"Just checked out the Facebook page - looks like they're getting transparency and patient empowerment right. Would be interesting to see if their attempts to elicit community participation work (so far, looks like it's pretty one way)"
Apr 13, 2011
Dana Gulick commented on Sarah Willey's blog post Is Social Media Good Medicine for Health Care?
"It's good to see there are resources out there to help health care professionals navigate the still muddy waters of social media. Here are a few good points on the twitip blog for responsible use of that particular medium..."
Jul 8, 2010
Dana Gulick commented on Sarah Willey's blog post Americans Not Using Social Media For Health Care
"Striking survey! What's also interesting is this link , which shows that consistently 36% of WebMD daily site traffic comes from search engines...I'm guessing those "searchers" are regular consumers, since the medical community…"
Jul 7, 2010

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Can Health Care Answer Back to Hacks?

Another big brand has gotten caught - literally - in the social web, complements of the hacker group notorious for commandeering Fox News' Twitter feed earlier this month. This time, the target was big pharma, and Pfizer was strung up as being “A Corrupt Corporate American Company guilty of cutting corners and…

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Posted on July 20, 2011 at 4:49pm

mHealth Reaches the Developing World

http://www.texttochange.org/home

 

Really impressed with what I just caught wind of through the #hcsm tag ... a new platform takes advantage of mobile - the most widely used communication technology in the world - and designs incentive based quizzes sent via SMSto educate, engage, and empower people on health related issues. 

 

While mHealth has been slow to reach third-world countries, this all makes sense when you…

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Posted on June 29, 2011 at 6:32pm — 1 Comment

Emergen-tweets: is Twitter replacing the phone when it comes to 9-1-1?

I attended a social media program hosted by the PRSA Boston chapter and Publicity Club of New England a few nights ago and was floored when Elaine Driscoll, director of communications for the Boston Police Department, shared with us that the city's 9-1-1 dispatchers assist with round-the-clock Twitter monitoring and response out of NECESSITY.  Of late, Twitter has evidently become a preferred platform for city residents to report…

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Posted on May 6, 2011 at 3:48pm — 1 Comment

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