Check out this great audio conversation between #HCSMCA’s Colleen Young and CIHC’s Sean Cranbury. Recorded on March 14th 2011 at the MaRS Building in downtown Toronto.
About Sean Cranbury
How could these ideas relate to your own organization’s messaging and ambitions?
What can you do to get people’s attention, keep it AND inspire them to make positive change as it relates to collaborative healthcare?
The 7th Annual NaHSSA conference is happening this weekend in Richmond Hill, north of Toronto, and we’ll be encouraging everyone to participate via their preferred social media channels.
On Thursday February 24th, 2011 at 9 PM ET the very first pan-Canadian #HCSMCA (Health Care Social Media Canada) tweet-up will occur! CIHC will be participating in the Vancouver and Halifax events. We will be joining friends and colleagues working with – or who are interested in – health care from cities like Edmonton, Toronto, [...]
Lorie Shekter-Wolfson is the Assistant Vice-President, Waterfront Development and Dean, Community Services and Health Sciences at George Brown College.
Click the title above to see the Social Media Readiness for Healthcare Organizations slideshow. Originally presented at IPE Ontario 2011 Conference by Sean Cranbury.
As I thought about how to use the social media channels to keep providing real-time information I realized that we need a hashtag for this conference so that all of the info is easy to find and archived for future reference.
Gaétan Tardif Assistant Chef de Mission, 2008 Beijing Paralympic Summer Games Vice President Patient Care and Chief Medical Officer, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
The Year of Science features Dr. Jennifer Gardy of the BC Center for Disease Control. Original airdate November 25, 2010 on Global TV BC.
Use of electronic health records by hospitals across the United States has had only a limited effect on improving the quality of medical care, according to a new RAND Corporation study.