How to simplify your healthcare social media life

By Nancy Cawley Jean

For anyone who manages social media for a hospital, you know it's definitely not a 9-to-5 job. For most of us, it means continual monitoring, and usually posting on nights and weekends as well.

After doing this for more than three years now, I've come to rely on some favorite tools I find helpful. I want to share them with you, but I'd also love to hear how you manage things on a regular basis.

First, the email. We all get so much email in a day, and most of us have a professional account and at least one personal account. It can be overwhelming. To make life easier, many of us try to reduce the number of emails we might get during any given day by skimming through them quickly and not really reading them, unsubscribing to some distribution lists, and cancelling email notifications from social networks. Read the full Hospital Impact blog post

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