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Posted on May 05, 2015 by Candice Claassen

Move over, Facebook. Instagram and Pinterest are taking over. The image-centric platforms are the two fastest growing social media networks, edging out highly popular sites such as Twitter, Facebook and…Read more

Posted on May 04, 2015 by Candice Claassen

In efforts to create a more individualized experience for uses, Facebook recently announced changes to its news feed content algorithm based on feedback from users. The updates could affect your…Read more

Posted on May 04, 2015 by Ryan Nelson

Secure messaging, video conferencing and social media are all useful communication tools for physicians in light of the accelerating digitization of the healthcare industry. Social media outlets, in particular, are…Read more

Posted on May 01, 2015 by Amanda Guerrero

The number one rule of healthcare marketing is to know your patient – and the fact is that patients are shopping for healthcare differently than before. Empowered by the internet…Read more

Posted on April 21, 2015 by Candice Claassen

Last Tuesday, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill to change the way that Medicare pays physicians. The passage prevented a 21 percent cut in doctors’ pay. President Barack Obama signed…Read more

medical web design

Posted on April 06, 2015 by Candice Claassen

The biggest mistake that many practices make when choosing a medical website designer is hiring a company that doesn’t know much about marketing. They end up with a website that looks good…Read more

digital services for patients

Posted on April 01, 2015 by Ryan Nelson

Patients want to be equipped with the tools to be active in their own health, and research shows that they are becoming increasingly comfortable using digital services to do so.…Read more

online communities

Posted on March 23, 2015 by Amanda Guerrero

It’s no secret that the internet has given patients more access to information that empowers them to take control of their own health. Patient engagement is growing steadily due to…Read more

Posted on March 19, 2015 by Candice Claassen

50 million Americans cannot afford to pay for the medication that has been prescribed to them. Meanwhile, $5 billion worth of prescription drugs are incinerated or thrown away each year…Read more


Posted on March 18, 2015 by Candice Claassen

Over four billion prescriptions are written annually in the U.S., but most of those prescriptions are no longer written on paper. By April 2014, 70 percent of physicians were prescribing…Read more

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