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In Conversation with Tom Cherniak of CMP.LY at BDI Social Communications & Healthcare 2011 Case Studies and Roundtables

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Innovation! At the BDI Social Communications & Healthcare: Case Studies and Roundtables

Pixels and Pills is pleased, once again, to be part of the amazing Social Communications & Healthcare: Case Studies and Roundtables presented by BDI. About the Event: When we produced our...
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Worried About Being Scraped?

by Jon Fisher (@jmfisher) Summer days used to mean scraped knees from wiping out on a bicycle or not heeding a lifeguards warning about no running around the swimming pool. These days? My fear of...
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Digital Pharma West: Are You Going?

Pixels and Pills could not be more excited to be attending and covering Digital Pharma West in San Francisco next week. We're excited about the conversations that will occur around Social Media and...
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PNP Revisited: Personality, Relevance and Trust in Social Media

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) Just over a year ago, we interviewed Marc Monseau at BDIs Social Communications and Healthcare conference. The three topics that he brought up then were so...
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Could Pharma Learn How to be More Open and Cutting-Edge from the FDA?

By Rob Kempton (@manonthemooncon) When you think cutting-edge use of social media, youre probably not thinking of the FDA. While the agency has been criticized for not expediently issuing social...
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After Facebook, the Deluge

by Krissy Goelz (@krisgoelz)Were not the first ones to tell you that Facebook is changing its commenting policy for pharma pages. Lots of our compatriots have done that in recent days. For a...
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Everyones Free (to Access Health Data)

By Andy Smith (@andysmithpalio) Theres a treasure trove of high-value health information in government archives that can aid in the delivery of health care. Now, the U.S. Department of Health and...
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Autism and Technology: Helping Individuals with Autism Communicate

Today's guest blog post is by Alexander Price, who teaches children with autism and works collaboratively with the families of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, as well as the...
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Social Media, Healthcare, and Ethnic Minorities

By Jeremy Lichtenberger (@ Air_Master_J) Could social media be just what the doctor ordered for improving health care for minority groups? Quite possibly according to recent data from Pew...
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Generation Y and Health: Marketing to Millennials

This post continues our series on Generation Y and their relationship with their health. From challenges to epidemics, this series attempts to expose how these digital natives are managing...
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PHARM FRESH: Ed Bennett Talks About His Resource List for Hospitals Looking Into Social Media

Ed Bennett, the Director of Strategy at University of Maryland Medical Center, helps hospitals implement effective social media strategies by explaining the importance of engaging the patient...
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