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Doctors expanding their reach with Twitter

westhartfordnews.com — Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. Dr. Nick Bennett, the infectious disease and immunology medical director for Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, said he benefits professionally from Twitter.

Doctors reach out through social media

ctpost.com — Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. According to the Pew Research Center, 72 percent of all online adults use Facebook, the most popular platform, while 23 percent use Twitter.

Connecticut doctors expanding their reach with Twitter, though some raise concerns

nhregister.com — Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. Dr. Nick Bennett, the infectious disease and immunology medical director for Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, said he benefits professionally from Twitter.
Dec 24, 2015

RT @nhregister: #Connecticut doctors expanding their reach with Twitter, though some raise concerns (via @ConnHealthITeam): bit.ly/1PmpAZ2

Connecticut doctors expanding their reach with Twitter, though some raise concerns

middletownpress.com — Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. Dr. Nick Bennett, the infectious disease and immunology medical director for Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, said he benefits professionally from Twitter.

Connecticut doctors expanding their reach with Twitter, though some raise concerns

registercitizen.com — Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients. Dr. Nick Bennett, the infectious disease and immunology medical director for Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, said he benefits professionally from Twitter.

Should You Use a 401(k) to Buy a Home?

money.usnews.com — Before using a 401(k) to buy a home, consider that you'll be locked into a geographic area and it is an expensive investment to get into and out of. You've found the perfect house in the cutest neighborhood. And you're tired of writing a rent check every month, with nothing to show for it.

Holiday Extravaganza held in Wallingford to benefit the Sunshine Kids Foundation

myrecordjournal.com — WALLINGFORD - When Santa opened the door to his candy cane red 1976 MG on Sunday, he put the top down. Snow would have only complicated his plans. Dressed in his Christmas best, Santa turned his keys in the ignition and made his way to the Polish National Alliance Lodge 513 on North Plains Industrial Road.

Connecticut doctors and patients see benefits of wearable technology

middletownpress.com — As glucose monitors, continuous ultrasound systems, Fitbits and other wearable technology become more prevalent, the devices are changing the way doctors care for their patients and the way patients care for themselves. Wearable technology is still evolving, but doctors already see the benefits, says Stephen Huot, a medical professor at Yale University.

Connecticut doctors and patients see benefits of wearable technology

nhregister.com — As glucose monitors, continuous ultrasound systems, Fitbits and other wearable technology become more prevalent, the devices are changing the way doctors care for their patients and the way patients care for themselves. Wearable technology is still evolving, but doctors already see the benefits, says Stephen Huot, a medical professor at Yale University.

Connecticut doctors and patients see benefits of wearable technology

registercitizen.com — As glucose monitors, continuous ultrasound systems, Fitbits and other wearable technology become more prevalent, the devices are changing the way doctors care for their patients and the way patients care for themselves. Wearable technology is still evolving, but doctors already see the benefits, says Stephen Huot, a medical professor at Yale University.
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