What providers in other countries can teach the U.S. about social media

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Early adopters of social media in foreign countries have shown that it can improve communications, information sharing, clinical outcomes and speed of innovation, according to researchers at CSC.

 

Caitlin Lorincz, a researcher analyst at CSC, said the recent study of foreign healthcare organizations’ social media use found that many providers have expanded past the typical use for establishing a brand. They are using it for educating patients and sharing information between healthcare professionals.

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