Seattle Children's leads nation's hospitals in positive tweets

Seattle Children's Hospital leads the nation's hospitals in an analysis of positive mentions on Twitter by the website CrowdClinical.com. The site began monitoring hospitals' Twitter feeds in February and compiled a list of the 10 leaders in positive tweets, restricting their analysis to hospitals mentioned at least 20 times. The majority of hospitals were specialist providers or children's hospitals. Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, took the second spot, followed by Boston Children's Hospital, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston rounding out the top 10. The report also analyzed the most prolific tweeters within the healthcare industry and found Kaiser Permanente led the field with 66,461 tweets, followed by the Cleveland Clinic with 27,132. Analysis

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