Social media influencers in healthcare you should know in 2020

These social media influencers are making a big impact on healthcare. (Shelli Winter)

Social media is an important part of any business, and healthcare is no exception. And while every hospital, healthcare system and clinic seems to be tweeting or blogging, these are the "influencers" you want to know now.

These organizations and people have thousands or even millions of followers on Instagram and Facebook and are trusted sources for many across the industry. Some of these platforms serve as inspiration and support for overworked and overtired nurses and physicians, while others offer information on the latest research and technology in healthcare.

And some are experimental, such as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' new podcast.

#Follow these influencers as they set the stage for 2020.

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