Dec 28, 2015

Doctors reach out through social media - Connecticut Post

Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. According to the Pew Research Center, 72 percent of all online adults use Facebook, the most popular platform, while 23 percent use Twitter. [...] some doctors, including Dr...

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