Podcasts: A “New” Way for Physicians to Earn CMEs

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Advances in technology in recent years have made it possible for health systems to streamline their efforts on many levels, from evaluating and monitoring patients remotely to sharing medical information among multiple sites in real time. Some medical centers are also creating audio podcasts to educate patients, the general public, and even clinical staff, according Read More

Podcasts Satisfy Patients’ Demands for Convenient Content

Shel Holtz, Principal at Holtz Communication + Technology,

The Podcast Consumer 2016 survey reports that 57 million Americans ages 12 and up listened to a podcast within the past month, up 24 percent from 2015. As recently as 2013, only 42 percent of survey respondents who identified themselves as podcast listeners accessed podcasts from a mobile device; in 2016 that number has jumped Read More

Podcasts: On-Demand and in Your Patient’s Pocket

Shel Holtz, Principal at Holtz Communication + Technology,

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // The growth rate of podcasting, a term coined more than 10 years ago, is accelerating today. Demand for all types of digital content is growing because mobile devices make it easy and convenient to access it. Additionally, consumers have grown to expect on-demand access to content at a time Read More

#HCSM: How (and Why) To Get Your Doctors Tweeting

Kathy Wilets, Director of Public Relations and Content Marketing, UUHC

Do you have a hard time getting your physicians to tweet or blog or post anything at all on social media? So did University of Utah Health Care (UUHC) before the organization found a way to crack the code. “I’m not going to lie, most of them needed some convincing,” says Libby Mitchell, Social Media Read More