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Social media is transforming the way hospitals do business and communicate. Hospitals are just beginning to realize the power and promise of social media to distribute content and reach a wider audience and create new customers.Hospitals also are realizing the challenges posed by this social media explosion. We hope the resources on this page are helpful as Kansas hospitals move into the social media areana. For more information, contact Cindy Samuelson.


May 4 Noon Briefing Social Media.ppt
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This PowerPoint is from the May 4, 2010 KHA Noon Briefing on Hospitals and Social Media: Risks and Rewards.
May 4 Noon Briefing Social Media.pdf
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This PDF is from the May 4, 2010 KHA Noon Briefing on Hospitals and Social Media: Risks and Rewards.
Social Networking Policy CLEAN COPY Jan. 21 2010.doc
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This sample Social Networking Policy is from Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
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For more information regarding this meeting, contact Tish Hollingsworth or Dee Lewis at (785) 233-7436.
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National Practitioners' Data Bank: What is it? What's in it? What purpose does it serve? For more information or to register, contact Mary Adam at (620) 276-6100 or mary@phn.org.
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