Dr. Luks (@hjluks) is Chief of Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy at University Orthopedics in Hawthorne, NY. He is an advisor to several digital health companies, and is a member of the external advisory board for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media. He speaks with John Brownlee (@clearJB) about social media in healthcare. You can Read more…
Dr. Bertalan Mesko (@berci), Medical Futurist and founder of webicina.com speaks with John Brownlee (@clearJB), CEO of clear.md, and answers “Five Questions”. Learn more about Dr. Mesko here. Dr. Mesko’s website can be found at themedicalfuturist.com During the interview Dr. Mesko refers to a crowd-sourced social media guidelines document that can be accessed here.
Dr. Kathy Nieder (@docnieder) is a staff physician at Baptist Medical Associates in Louisville, KY and is the physician champion for their implementation of Allscripts Enterprise EHR. She is also an active blogger at www.familypractice2.blogspot.com.
Jon Pearce, CEO of zipnosis.com (@zipnosis) speaks with John Brownlee (@clearJB), CEO of clear.md in “Five Quesitons, Five Minutes”
North Memorial continues to find innovative uses for their clear.md videos. Another great example here from their weight loss blog.tt
Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media is out with a new book that outlines the strategic reasons why health care organizations need to be involved in social media. Clear.md advisor Dr. Howard Luks contributed to the project. The book is available for purchase for $9.95 here.
Dr. Irwin Lim, a rheumatologist in Sydney, is our first provider partner in Australia. He’s been making some great content with his iPhone and clear.md subscription. In particular, Dr. Lim has focused on making content to package into “vidscriptions” (video prescriptions). You can see some examples here. Dr. Lim talks about this experience in a Read more…
“Searching for health information online is the third-biggest use of the Internet, behind email and using a search engine… 80 per cent of Internet users search for health information online. The reason they are doing that is because they are augmenting the lack of time they get with their physician, their GP. People are craving Read more…
Kavanagh describes his engagement on social media as “the most important thing” he has done for his medical education since completing specialist training 12 years ago. Click HERE to go to the article
Unlike YouTube where anyone can play doctor, or even the more niche sites like Web.md with vertically focused yet generic consumer heath content, Clear’s angle is strictly short form video from qualified professionals around specific granular topics. Click HERE to go to the article