The Dawn of a New Era in Healthcare?

Some have likened the Social Media phenomenon (facebook, blogging, twitter, Linkedin, etc.) to the invention of the printing press and how it has since changed the world.

We completely agree.

In 2009, we built the Clear Medical Network to lay the foundation for a more connected healthcare industry. Now with over 60,000 connections made, we’ve seen the power of the revolution begin to make a difference in the lives and practices of nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals.

It looks like we’re now in good company!

The other day, the Mayo Clinic announced the launch of their Center for Social Media, which it says will expand social media tools beyond the traditional marketing role to help staff, physicians and patients stay more informed and connected.

To see a sample of what we’ve been up to and the difference it’s making, check out the blog posting from earlier on our Nursing Blog:

Top Nursing Resources on FacebookWith so many people on facebook now, it is easier than ever before to find resources, support from other nurses, and stay in touch with what’s going on in our field.  We’ve gone through facebook looking for well run, growing, fun places for nurses and we wanted to share some of our favorites: Nurse Circle – Nursing Support and Idea Forum Nurses Night Out – Social Nursing Page ER Nurses – Emergency Room Nurses Group (700 members) ICU Nurses – Cr … Read More

via Clear Nursing Matters

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