Social Media for the Medical Practice

Social Media for the Medical Practice

 
Recently, members of the New Hampshire Medical Group Management Association (NHMGMA) were treated to an engaging presentation, given by Dan Dunlop of Jennings. This presentation on Social Media for the Medical Practice showed members how it could benefit and improve their own practices. Because the audience enjoyed the material, we thought we would share it with you since you may be wondering how social media might be useful in your practice.
 
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We would love to hear your thoughts on this presentation. If you already use social media for your medical practice, let us know what you are doing and how your response has been. In addition, we would love to hear your questions. Just simply add your thoughts to the comments box below. And, of course, if you have enjoyed this post, we would love it if you would share it.  Thank you!
 
This Social Media for the Medical Practice presentation was provided by Dan Dunlop. Dan is principal of Jennings, a leading healthcare marketing and audience engagement firm. He is a healthcare marketer, brand consultant, blogger, author, and sought-after speaker, regularly serving on the faculty of national and regional healthcare conferences.
 
Dan is the author on the chapter on marketing the medical practice in Essentials of Physician Practice Management, published by Jossey-Bass 2004. Editor Blair Keagy MD. It is a textbook used in medical schools. Essentials of Physician Practice Management offers a practical reference for administrators and medical directors and provides a comprehensive text for those preparing for a career in medical administration, practice management, and health plan administration.
 
Dan Dunlop - Social Media for Medical Practices
Dan Dunlop – Jennings
104-A North Elliott Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
p: 919.929.0225
f: 919.968.8278
e: ddunlop@jenningsco.com


 

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