Tech savvy physician C. Noel Henley tells readers why they shouldn't dismiss social media; instead they should explore how others are using it to connect with patients.
C. Noel Henley, MD
Thinking about hiring someone to design or redesign your practice website? You may be shocked by this, but there are some scoundrels out there. Here’s how to avoid them.
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Do you have a concise answer to someone asking you what it is you do as a physician? If not, you may be confusing patients and colleagues. Here are a few tips.
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Physician online content and even profiles are a click away from being stolen and copied. Here are some strategies to help cope with this disturbing problem.
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