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October 22, 2012
by Michael Loatman
Add New Hampshire to the list of states considering limiting
employer access to the social media accounts of employees and job
October 5, 2012
by Meg McEvoy
Use of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,
and other social media outlets is up at hospitals and health
systems surveyed in a study released Oct. 4 by the CSC Global
Institute for Emerging Healthcare Practices.
But hospitals are using social media mainly to help build their
brands rather than impact
treatment or patient outcomes, the study found.
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