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My MG Sole Project

On Get Social Health. We’re talking about a project called My MG Sole. It’s a new collective art project designed specifically for people with Myasthenia Gravis, a rare autoimmune condition. The goal of the project is to help people in the MG community defy social distancing by uniting them as an online community in this...

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The Digital Medicine Society

As the host of both Get Social Health and “People Always, Patients Sometimes” (a podcast for Spencer Health Solutions), I have even more opportunity to talk with some exceptional individuals and organizations. As such I get jealous of some of the guests on the other podcasts, which seems odd because I’m doing the interviews for...

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Lori Hall Health Literacy

Health literacy is a relatively new term that is getting a lot of attention, but what does it mean? Does it have to do with reading ability or reading comprehension? Is it the responsibility of the healthcare provider or the patient? October is Health Literacy Month, so we’re going to learn more about the meaning...

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Dave DeBronkart ePatient Dave Part 1

ePatient Dave – Part I I’m honored to have Dave deBronkart on the podcast today. He is the original “e-Patient” and has a lot of stories and interesting projects to share with us today. As a matter of fact, so many interesting projects that we’re going to break this into a two-part discussion, so join...

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Lilly Stairs – Patient Advocate

Have you heard the term Patient Advocate? How about the expression “not about me without me” in the patient space? So often over the past decades, if not hundreds and thousands of years, the patients have sometimes the least consideration when healthcare decisions have been made. Well, that’s changing due to empowered patients who are...

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Launching The Savvy Scribe Podcast

Announcing The Savvy Scribe Podcast! The Healthcare Marketing Network is proud to add a new podcast to its list of healthcare podcasts. Hosts Carol Bush, Managing Editor of the HMN and Janine Kelbach, Operations Manager of the HMN invite you to tune in to a new podcast celebrating and supporting the life of a freelance...

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Ajay Prasad – SEO for Healthcare Websites

On the Get Social Health podcast, Janet Kennedy interviews Ajay Prasad of GMR Webteam and the work they do create and optimizing healthcare websites.

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Seth Rotberg – Huntington’s Disease Patient Advocate

Seth Rotberg found out as a 15-year old that his mom had a rare neurological genetic disease known as Huntington's disease. Five years later, he tested positive for the disease. Today I'm talking with Seth about secrets, strengths and recognizing the power of community on Get Social Health.

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Jacob Weiss – Juggling Healthcare Messaging

A wise man once said laughter is the shortest distance between two people. Well, there’s no shortage of laughter in this episode with Jacob Weiss, who’s the director of High-Wired communities and Entertainment That Gives Back. Listen to the podcast and find out why laughter is the best medicine on Get Social Health. Contact Jacob...

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Doctors Without Borders Refugee Awareness Exhibit “Forced From Home”

Forced From Home Exhibition Immigration is on everyone’s mind right now. As with so many current issues, knowledge of how this global social problem impacts individuals is misunderstood or even unknown. Recently I had the opportunity to tour the national exhibition, Forced From Home, presented by Doctors Without Borders during its stop in Charlotte, North...

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Marie Ennis-O’Connor – Global Social Media Consultant

Marie Ennis-O’Connor is a social media consultant for healthcare and pharma. She visited the Get Social Health podcast to talk about her upcoming presentation for the Annual Meeting of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network. Marie visited the Get Social Health podcast 3 years about as a “must follow” social media expert and that is...

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Susannah Fox – Healthcare and Social Media

How does the internet impact healthcare? Susannah Fox, former CTO of the HHS and the Obama White House joins Janet Kennedy on the Get Social Health podcast to discuss research, social media, and online healthcare communities. Listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below. Interview Transcript: Janet:                                00:00 Thank you for...

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Michael Sengbusch – Facebook and Healthcare

Michael Sengbusch – Facebook and Healthcare Meet Michael Sengbusch Since leaving Influence Health in 2017, Michael Sengbusch joined ATDC as the CTO-in-Residence. ATDC is Georgia’s oldest, largest, and most influential startup incubator. At ATDC he mentors and advises over 40 startups in Atlanta. Michael continues to be actively involved in both healthcare and marketing technology. He...

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Jim Higgins – Intelligent Patient Communication

Today’s conversation is with Jim Higgins, the CEO of Solutionreach. We were introduced by Lea Chatham,  a healthcare writer and editor and the Director of Content Marketing for Solutionreach. Knowing my interested in healthcare communications, Lea suggested I speak with Jim about their platform and the need physicians practices have for intelligent patient communications. I’m happy...

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David Harlow – Legal Questions for Healthcare Social Media

David Harlow, Lawyer, Social Media Guru, and Blogger has been a guest on the Get Social Health podcast before. Guess what? I have more questions! As a member of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network’s External Advisory Board, David graciously agreed to come back on the podcast and talk about legal question in healthcare and what...

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Jeff Calaway – Creating a Hospital Newsroom

Content creation is critical to an effective hospital marketing plan. On the Get Social Health podcast, I chat with Jeff Calaway about the creation of a newsroom-style PR department for Cook Children’s Hospital. By operating as a newsroom, the hospital communications team was positioned to take advantage of health-related stories in the news. To find out how...

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Jess Columbo – Mistakes from a Billion Dollar Launch

They say that we learn by our mistakes but wouldn’t we rather learn by other’s mistakes? Jess Columbo of MedEd Digital joins the podcast to share her tips on “How NOT to launch the biggest social campaign of your career: Lessons from the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute $1 Billion Challenge.” That’s also the topic of...

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Mari Smith – Keynote for Mayo Clinic Social Media Network

Mari Smith – “The Queen of Facebook” Out of all the social media platforms utilized today, Facebook ranks at the top with over 70% of online adults engaging on the platform.  My guest on the Get Social Health podcast is the “Queen of Facebook”, Mari Smith who will be the keynote speaker at the Mayo...

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Peter Shankman – ADHD and Faster Than Normal

Peter Shankman’s mind can do a four-minute mile, and he likes it that way.  He has been the keynote speaker for start-ups and Fortune 100s alike in over two dozen countries.  He hosts the “Faster Than Normal” podcast where he discusses the positive values of ADD and ADHD.  Peter is also the author of four...

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Tiffany Kelley – Nightingale Apps

Nightingale Apps – Simplifying a nurses workload Today on Get Social Health I have a quintuple threat:  Tiffany Kelley.  She’s a nurse, a Ph.D., an entrepreneur, and CEO and founder of Nightingale Apps.  She’s a leader in nursing innovation of mobile applications.  Join us as we discuss the career experiences and the development of “Know My...

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Melissa Kennedy – 48 Innovate

Innovation to drive results – in 48 hours Joining me on the Get Social Health podcast is my friend and colleague, K. Melissa Kennedy. Melissa and I worked together on the Triangle Interactive Marketing Association and Startup Weekend.  We have a lively and educational conversation about bringing an innovation mindset and experience to healthcare through...

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Elizabeth Scala – The Nurse Within

My guest today helps nurses rediscover “the nurse within.” Elizabeth Scala, a healthcare podcaster, and the host of Your Next Shift is a one-woman media company. She’s also a nurse and the author of Nursing from Within and Stop Nurse Burnout. Elizabeth is also a frequent keynote speaker on the topic of nurse burnout. With her RN/FM co-hosts, Keith...

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Connect the Docs – Jared Johnson

Putting it all together – Connect the Docs My guest today is fellow podcaster and healthcare marketer Jared Johnson.  You may recognize him from some of our Blab sessions in 2016 or from his podcast, “Health IT Marketer.”  He is currently on hiatus from that to work at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital as their Marketing...

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Everyone Included Research Challenge

Today we have another guest involved with the Stanford Medicine X and Symplur Signals “Everyone Included Research Challenge,” – the co-founder of Symplur itself, Audun Utengen.  As we discussed in last week’s podcast, this challenge allows participants to use ‘deep data’ provided by Symplur to delve into issues relating social media and healthcare.  Listen in...

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Ruth Carlos, MD – Engaging Patients on Twitter

Bringing Patients into Tweet Chats Engaging patients in health conversations is essential but do we know if they are active in social media? Today on Get Social Health my guest is Dr. Ruth Carlos.  She’s the Deputy Editor of the Journal of the American College of Radiology, as well as a professor of radiology at...

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Erin Albert, Pharmacy Podcast

Erin Albert – She’s all that and more Most of my guests are entrepreneurs, podcasters, and leaders in healthcare.  Today’s guest, Erin Albert, is all of the above and more!  Her laundry list of achievements includes being an author, a lawyer, and a pharmacist.  Join me as we talk about pretty much everything on the...

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