Nearly half of physicians do not monitor their online reputations. Experts say that is a big mistake.
OhioHealth is using mobile technology to help its patients become better informed on their care, which leads to happier patients and better outcomes.
When they have some time to spare, what apps do physicians like for fun? Here's what's on their devices.
Training your medical staff to securely handle and protect sensitive patient data isn't as hard as you think.
The smartphones, tablets, and laptops are valuable tools to many physicians, but they can also represent real risk in the event that they are stolen.
Rather than rely on Yelp, North Shore-LIJ Medical Group in Long Island decided to start its own physician review program.
How can you avoid a bad review on Yelp, Vitals, or another site of that ilk? Experts shared five tips that will get your rankings up.
Physicians are now being reviewed online, like restaurants and hotels. What's the right way to react to this trend?
Each month in our print journal, Physicians Practice selects an "App of the Month." Here are our top picks for physicians and their patients.
Wondering whether or not it's OK to be friends on social media sites like Facebook with your staff? Let the Civility CEO Help.