59%, With Private Health Insurance, Went Online Health Information

Among adults ages 18 to 64, about 59% of those with private health insurance went online in the past 12 months to look up health information, compared with about one-third of those without insurance and about 31% of Medicaid beneficiaries, according to a data brief from CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics. The data brief

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Found in Cache Just had a Big Update to their Hospital Social Network List

Ed Bennett, a web operations manager at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), has kept a list of Hospitals involved in social media across the country.  The count is at 1,188 Hospitals total. Check out his website for more information. Below are the Georgia Hospitals involved in Social Media.   Athens Regional Medical Center

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Apple Devices vs Smart Phones, 75% of U.S. Physicians Use Some Sort of Apple Device

The iPad is simple. The moment you turn it on you are drawn into a very intuitive environment,  one that can take you from website to photo album and from videos to apps and music. My seven year old sat in the Apple store playing with the iPad2 for 45 minutes and never asked me

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80% of Internet Users Look Online for Health Information and Peer-to-Peer Engagement

March 29, 2011 By In Healthcare No Comment

We all know that the Internet has become crucial tool for gathering health information. A new report finds 80% of Internet users look online for health information, making it the third most popular online pursuit following using email and a search engine. Research by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project and the

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