(Video blog!) Healthcare Managers: Why You Should Be On Twitter

Twitter graphicsGot 10 minutes? Last month I hosted a webinar on how healthcare managers can leverage Twitter as a source of information, insight, and ideas to help them navigate their jobs more successfully. I’ve packaged highlights into a 10 minute video (below).

Let’s face it: when your job is to keep a clinical site running like a well-oiled machine, you don’t have time for lengthy workshops, long-winded leadership books, or time-consuming programs that pull you away from your practice. As a healthcare manager you need quick and simple tips, tricks, ideas, and insights to keep your team firing on all cylinders. Whether you realize it or not, valuable info is passing you by every day.

Contrary to what many think, Twitter isn’t about sharing…it’s about learning. Twitter has become the premiere source of news and info in the 21st century. Learn how, in just 5 minutes a day, you can use Twitter to keep your finger on the pulse of everything that’s important to your team, your patients, and you. In this session you will learn:

  • How Twitter can be a resource for healthcare managers on leadership, management, and patient care.
  • How to sign-up for and navigate Twitter in a few simple steps.
  • Who you should be following to stay informed on what matters.

Got 10 minutes? If so, take a look and let me know your thoughts in the comments box below!  Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “(Video blog!) Healthcare Managers: Why You Should Be On Twitter

  1. This is fabulous! I am not currently on Twitter (yes I’m one of those….) BUT I think today is the day to give it a try. Sounds great Joe! Thank you!

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