PRESS MENTIONS: a selection
Being A Healthcare Leader on Twitter
– Our Chat with Bernadette Keefe MD-August 10th, 2015
by Mayo Center for Innovation Transform Podcast #37
major medical journals (with respect to my work in social media)
On Conversations and Connections by Don S. Dizon MD in November 2015 American Journal of Clinical Oncology https://connection.asco.org/commentary/conversations-and-connections
Speaking of Language by Bruce J. Hillman June 2015 Journal of the American College of Radiology http://linkis.com/elsevierhealth.com/5MdFM
From robotics to genomics, social influencers are driving conversations at Exponential Medicine 2015 http://mdigitallife.com/from-robotics-to-genomics-social-influencers-are-driving-conversations-at-exponential-medicine-2015/
Mobile Health Global Interview with Bernadette Keefe MDhttp://www.mobilehealthglobal.com/in-the-news/interviews/63/interview-with-bernadette-keefe
For #HITchicks w/ Jennifer Dennard #HITchicks Spotlight: Bernadette Keefe, MD (@nxtstop1)
Re:Listed on twitter ‘to follow’ lists (a selection from press, see my twitter profile for membership on public twitter lists)
Top 50 Health IT Experts https://royaljay.com/healthcare/top-health-it-experts/
20 Top Physician Healthcare Industry Experts to follow on Twitter (from Compass PHS ) http://www.compassphs.com/blog/consumer-driven-health-plan/20-top-physician-healthcare-industry-experts-to-follow-on-twitter/
List of Physician Bloggers (on Twitter) ~ Crowdsourced via Marie Ennis O’Conner (@JBBC) http://list.ly/list/lWg-physician-bloggers
MD Connect Lists Physicians on Twitter, Here Are Some More on Health IT http://medcitynews.com/2015/08/md-connect-lists-physicians-on-twitter-here-are-some-more-in-health-it/
16 Experts on Twitter who are leading the discussion on health IT http://www.healthdatamanagement.com/gallery/16-experts-on-twitter-who-are-leading-the-discussion-on-health-it-51152-1.html
blog mentions – a selection
The Top Digital Health Influencers According to Onalytica
by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on 6, May 2016
Guest blog post after 2014 Doctors 2.0 & You: by: Tom Lee @tmlfox , Denise Silber , Bernadette Keefe MD
At this year’s edition, the conference paid tribute to the top 3 Tweeters (other than @doctors20). The results were tracked by Symplur and at 5pm the 2nd day, I called to the stage, the top 3 Tweeters at that moment. We all noted with interest that the first Tweeter would not be on the stage with us. In fact we had tweeted with her throughout the conference without seeing her, as she was a distant participant. In the four years, this was something that had never happened before to us. Her name is Bernadette Keefe. The second Tweeter at 5pm was Alan Thomas @alanroygbiv and the third was Remy Teston @rteston We see that Fabrice Angelini has moved into second position on the chart below. After the conference, Tom Lee contacted Bernadette to ask her to share her impressions and also wrote the following introduction to her subsequent comments. DS
“At Symplur we’ve monitored and collected statistics on the Twitter conversations from over 2,000 healthcare conferences from around the globe. As such, we can tell you without hesitation that to see someone who is not physically at the conference become the most prolific tweeter on that conference’s hashtag is a highly unusual event.
In the case of Dr. Bernadette Keefe’s (@nxtstop1) recent activity during the Doctors 2.0 & You conference in Paris, this was simply the most significant example of this that we’ve ever seen, by far. Her 1,311 tweets during the two day event was nearly double the second most active tweeter. And while the majority of her tweets were retweets, they showed the careful curation of someone who was completely immersed in the event entirely via the tweet stream … a few time zones away.” Tom Lee @tmlfox
Read entire post here.
The Possibilities of Twitter at the Academy by Carlo V. Caballero MD https://medium.com/@carvicab/the-possibilities-of-twitter-at-the-academy-13c9be23e542
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Thank you Iris for this gracious write up of my work on twitter and my talk at Doctors 2.0 & You -June 2015.