Tag Archives: personal
PHARMA 101: Roles and Responsibilities in the Online Conversation
This blog post is part of a crash-course series about the state of the healthcare industry, and the vital information that every pharma marketer needs to know. By Rob Kempton...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged business, community, conversation, credibility, discussion, expectation, Hospital, influence, information, medical practitioner, Patients, personal, perspective, Pharma, research, responsibilities, social media, stakeholders | 1 Comment
POINT: Is Social Media Better than Face-to-Face Interaction?
This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. We're strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged collaborate, collaboration, communicate, conversation, e-mail, experience, face to face, Facebook, feedback, globalization, ideas, information, Knowledge, multimedia, multitasking, personal, phone, Productivity, retweet, searchable, share, social media, technology, Twitter, workforce | 3 Comments
It’s Your Turn to Be a Part of the Cure.
Today's guest blog post is from Glenn Kleiman, founder and principal at digital marketing agency Fullhouse. Glenn is also on the national board of directors of the Diabetes Research Institute...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged Animas, cause, charity, collage, cure, deadline, diabetes, Diabetes Research Institute, Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, diagnose, donation, exploration, grant, help, holidays, innovative, inspire, interactive, Lifescan, lives, personal, philanthopy, photo, pro bono, research, stories, support, transplant, website | 5 Comments
By Kimberly Reyes (@CommDuCoeur) Tara Parker-Pope is a well-known health reporter with over a decade at the Wall Street Journal and more recently reporting for the New York Times, founding its...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged Blog, disclosure, expertise, industry, interests, News, personal, professional, relevance, Tara Parker-Pope, Wall Street Journal | Leave a comment