Tag Archives: Skype
Generation Y and Health: The Healthcare Revolution
This post continues our new 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...
Posted in Digital Health, Social Media | Tagged adoption, application, civic, collaboration, communication, Design, diversity, doctor, e-mail, Education, Generation Y, happiness, healthcare, holistic, independent, inefficiency, iPad, medical information, millennial, patient community, practice management, revolution, sharing, Skype, social media, technology, transparency | Leave a comment
COUNTERPOINT: 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. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged business, Facebook, interaction, meaning, multi-task, network, Patients, physicians, Productivity, relationship, Skype, social media, substitution, Twitter | 3 Comments