Get Social Health With Janet Kennedy

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Get Social Health is a program about healthcare marketing and social media and how its being used to help hospitals, medical practices, healthcare practitioners and patients connect and engage via social media. Get Social Health interviews healthcare professionals providing real-life examples of healthcare social media and marketing in action.

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  • The Digital Medicine Society

    The Digital Medicine Society

    09/12/2019 Duração: 30min

    For all my Digital Health listeners, I wanted to share this interview with Jen Goldsack of the DiMe Society from the "People Always, Patients Sometimes" podcast. This podcast is a production of Spencer Health Solutions (full disclosure: my day-job!). Our podcast focuses on the innovators, thought leaders and patient influencers who are demanding change now in clinical trials The Digital Medicine Society is a group of individuals who are committed to innovating and transforming how digital apps, medical devices, software and processes can positively impact healthcare and clinical trials. Since Jen handles all my questions so well, it didn't make sense to repeat the same interview for Get Social Health. Here is the interview and transcript from my interview with Jen Goldsack about the DiMe Society on the "People Always, Patients Sometimes" podcast. The DiMe Society – Jen Goldsack It’s time to discuss the digitalization and democratization of medicine so we invited Jennifer Goldsack to join us on the “People Al

  • Lori Hall Health Literacy Month

    Lori Hall Health Literacy Month

    01/10/2019 Duração: 37min

    Health literacy is a relatively new term that is getting a lot of attention, but what does it mean? Does it have to do with reading ability or reading comprehension? Is it the responsibility of the healthcare provider or the patient? October is Health Literacy Month, so we're going to learn more about the meaning of health literacy from Lori Hall, director of global health literacy for Eli Lilly on Get Social Health. On the start of Lori's career: "In my career in nursing, I started out in the newborn intensive care unit. It was a wonderful opportunity to make a difference every day for patients and parents have these tiny little newborns. Although I didn't know about health literacy or health education then, I think it really had a strong presence even in the mid-eighties when I started my career. And that's been a common thread throughout the roles that I've had in healthcare. I look back at that common thread often now and recognize how I've been able to pull something from each of those experiences. That

  • Dave DeBronkart - ePatient Dave

    Dave DeBronkart - ePatient Dave

    21/05/2019 Duração: 32min

    ePatient Dave - Part I I'm honored to have Dave deBronkart on the podcast today. He is the original "e-Patient" and has a lot of stories and interesting projects to share with us today. As a matter of fact, so many interesting projects that we're going to break this into a two-part discussion, so join me for our conversation with e-Patient Dave on Get Social Health. Podcast Transcript Announcer:                      00:22                   Welcome to Get Social Health, a conversation about social media and how it's being used to help hospitals, social practices, healthcare practitioners and patients connect and engage via social media. Get Social Health, brings you conversations with professionals actively working in the field and provides real-life examples of healthcare social media in action. Here is your host, Janet Kennedy. Janet:                                00:48                   Welcome to the Get Social Health podcast. What an honor for me to have Dave deBronkart on the show today. He and I me

  • Lilly Stairs Patient Advocate

    Lilly Stairs Patient Advocate

    22/04/2019 Duração: 42min

    Have you heard the term Patient Advocate? How about the expression "not about me without me" in the patient space? So often over the past decades, if not hundreds and thousands of years, the patients have sometimes the least consideration when healthcare decisions have been made. Well, that's changing due to empowered patients who are using social media, online resources and the ability to connect with other people of like situations. Patients now are finding that they not only have a voice, but that voice is starting to be respected and drawn into the healthcare community. Today on Get Social Health I'm very proud to be speaking to Lilly Stairs. She is a leading voice in the rapidly growing patient engagement field. This will be the first of a number of podcasts that I'll be covering where we'll be talking with patients or about patients and their engagement in healthcare. So join me for a discussion with Lilly Stairs on Get Social Health. Connect with Lilly: LinkedIn Twitter Follow the conversation or dro

  • Ajay Prasad GMR Webteam

    Ajay Prasad GMR Webteam

    27/02/2019 Duração: 35min

    A healthcare website is a critical element in patient communications even before they become a patient. Setting up and maintaining an active website is not easy and requires specialized skills. On the Get Social Health podcast, Janet Kennedy interviews Ajay Prasad of GMR Webteam and the work they do create and optimizing healthcare websites. Listen to the podcast or drop in on the timestamps below:  Janet:                                00:00                   Five years ago or so, you used to be able to build a website and expect that patients would come. Well nowadays "if you build it. They will come" only works for baseball fields, built in obscure corn fields in the Midwest. Now you need a real digital online expert as part of your ongoing web presence and I've got one for you today. Joining me on the podcast is Ajay Prasad with GMR Webteam and we're going to talk about those other things you need to do besides have a great website on Get Social Health. Announcer:                      00:40           

  • Seth Rotberg - Huntingtons Disease Patient Advocate

    Seth Rotberg - Huntington's Disease Patient Advocate

    07/02/2019 Duração: 38min

    Seth Rotberg found out as a 15-year old that his mom had a rare neurological genetic disease known as Huntington's disease. Five years later, he tested positive for the disease. Today I'm talking with Seth about secrets, strengths and recognizing the power of community on Get Social Health. Connect with Seth at the links below: LinkedIn Twitter Website TEDx Natick Interview Transcript Janet:                                00:01                   Seth Rotberg found out as a 15-year old that his mom had a rare neurological genetic disease known as Huntington's disease. Five years later, he tested positive for the disease. Today I'm talking with Seth about secrets, strengths and recognizing the power of community on Get Social Health. Announcer:                      00:21                   Welcome to Get Social Health, a conversation about social media and how it's being used to help hospitals, social practices, healthcare practitioners and patients connect and engage via social media. Get Social Health, b

  • Doctors Without Borders

    Doctors Without Borders

    04/11/2018 Duração: 33min

    Forced From Home Exhibition Immigration is on everyone’s mind right now. As with so many current issues, knowledge of how this global social problem impacts individuals is misunderstood or even unknown. Recently I had the opportunity to tour the national exhibition, Forced From Home, presented by Doctors Without Borders during its stop in Charlotte, North Carolina. I was graciously given a tour of the exhibition that included interactive activities designed to convey the challenges facing the more than 68.5 million people currently forced from their homes. I saw a re-creation of a refugee’s journey demonstrating the dangers, deprivations, and uncertainties faced by men, women, and children in the millions worldwide every day. My tour guides were Courtney Ridgway, Erin Ching, and Dr. George Record. As we walked between exhibit stations, they shared the purpose of the Forced From Home exhibition and answered all my questions. An audio podcast can’t fully reveal how moving this program was, so I hope you’ll vis

  • Jacob Weiss

    Jacob Weiss

    25/10/2018 Duração: 31min

    A wise man once said laughter is the shortest distance between two people. Well, there's no shortage of laughter in this episode with Jacob Weiss, who's the director of High-Wired communities and entertainment that gives back. Listen to the podcast and find out why laughter is the best medicine on Get Social Health.     Janet:                                00:00                   A wise man once said laughter is the shortest distance between two people. Well, there's no shortage of laughter in this episode with Jacob Weiss, who's the director of High-Wired communities and entertainment that gives back. Listen to the podcast and find out why laughter is the best medicine on Get Social Health. Announcer:                      00:21                   Welcome to Get Social Health, a conversation about social media and how it's being used to help hospitals, social practices, health care practitioners, and patients connect and engage via social media. Get Social Health brings you conversations with professional

  • Marie Ennis-OConnor

    Marie Ennis-O'Connor

    16/10/2018 Duração: 33min

    Marie Ennis-O'Connor is a social media consultant for healthcare and pharma. She visited the Get Social Health podcast to talk about her upcoming presentation for the Annual Meeting of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network. Marie visited the Get Social Health podcast 3 years about as a "must follow" social media expert and that is still very true. Listen to the podcast here or drop in at the time stamps below.   Janet:                                00:00                   One of my go-to healthcare social media consultants is Marie Ennis O'Connor. She's a wonderful person who's been on the podcast before and is very savvy about how to craft, must read headlines and compelling content for social media and you know that's a challenge we face every day. Find out how she does it on Get Social Health, Announcer:                      00:22                   welcome to Get Social Health, a conversation about social media and how it's being used to help hospitals, social practices, healthcare practitioners and pa

  • Susannah Fox – Healthcare and Social Media

    Susannah Fox – Healthcare and Social Media

    08/10/2018 Duração: 44min

    How does the internet impact healthcare? Susannah Fox, former CTO of the HHS and the Obama White House joins Janet Kennedy on the Get Social Health podcast to discuss research, social media, and online healthcare communities. Listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below. Interview Transcript: Janet:                                00:00 Thank you for listening to the Get Social Health podcast, a production of the healthcare marketing network. The HMN is a community of freelance healthcare and medical writers ready to support your business or practice. You can find [email protected] On the podcast today, I had the honor of speaking with Susannah Fox, one of healthcare's leaders in the field of data research and understanding the implications of how the Internet has changed our ability to communicate and connect. She is a fascinating person and I know you'll enjoy our conversation on Get Social Health. Announcer:                      00:36                   Welcome to Get Soci

  • Michael Sengbusch - Facebook and Healthcare

    Michael Sengbusch - Facebook and Healthcare

    18/09/2018 Duração: 41min

    Meet Michael Sengbusch Since leaving Influence Health in 2017, Michael Sengbusch joined ATDC as the CTO-in-Residence. ATDC is Georgia's oldest, largest, and most influential startup incubator. At ATDC he mentors and advises over 40 startups in Atlanta. Michael continues to be actively involved in both healthcare and marketing technology. He will be speaking at Healthbox Studio in October on healthcare marketing topics.   More info on ATDC: http://atdc.org ATDC Healthcare Technology Vertical: Georgia Tech to Launch Health Technology Initiative at the Advanced Technology Development Center. Healthbox Studio Healthbox Studio Report Twitter handle: @msengbusch1  On the Get Social Health podcast, Janet interviews Michael Sengbusch about Facebook and marketing for healthcare systems. Give a listen or review the transcript notes below: Janet: 00:00 Podcasting is a fun, yet sometimes time-consuming passion. As some of you may have noticed, I took a little hiatus from podcasting so I could focus on the launch of th

  • Jim Higgins, Solutionreach

    Jim Higgins, Solutionreach

    06/08/2018 Duração: 45min

    I'm happy to be back behind the microphone after a hiatus to focus on building the Healthcare Marketing Network with my business partner Carol Bush. We'll be covering what's happening with our company in an upcoming episode. Today's conversation is with Jim Higgins, the CEO of Solutionreach. We were introduced by Lea Chatham,  a healthcare writer and editor and the Director of Content Marketing for Solutionreach. Knowing my interested in healthcare communications, Lea suggested I speak with Jim about their platform and the need physicians practices have for intelligent patient communications. Listen to the episode: 00:56 Intro: Meet Jim Higgins, CEO of Solutionreach 01:41 Solutionreach launched 17 years 02:21 About the Solutionreach platform 05:18 A patient portal: yes or no? 06:51 Comparative experience with other platforms 11:01 Managing your life as a healthcare worker 14:13 Keeping up with patient communication 17:32 Is this a clinical tool or marketing tool? 20:26 The need for content curating for health

  • David Harlow - Legal and Healthcare Social Media

    David Harlow - Legal and Healthcare Social Media

    13/12/2017 Duração: 40min

    David Harlow, Lawyer, Social Media Guru, and Blogger has been a guest on the Get Social Health podcast before. Guess what? I have more questions! As a member of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network's External Advisory Board, David graciously agreed to come back on the podcast and talk about what has changed in social media and healthcare in the past 2 1/2 years. Listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below. 00:54  Intro 01:33  A Lawyer?! 04:29  Comprehending the tech 06:35  Covering the bases 07:29  Active with start-ups 07:51  You and the Mayo 08:37  Optional involvement in social media 10:31  Why the holdouts? 11:50  How do you get involved 12:56  Mayo Clinic annual conference 16:27  Personal life and HR impact 19:01  Professionalism is 24/7 22:05  Patient privacy in a crisis 26:15  When family isn't your family 28:18  Planned vs spontaneous content 29:35  Authenticity with patients 32:15  Concerning email lists in marketing 36:55  End 38:06  Social Media Tip from Dr. Mike Sevilla 39:10  Clo

  • Jeff Calaway - Creating a Hospital Newsroom

    Jeff Calaway - Creating a Hospital Newsroom

    28/11/2017 Duração: 41min

    Content creation is critical to an effective hospital marketing plan. On the Get Social Health podcast, I chat with Jeff Calaway about the creation of a newsroom-style PR department for Cook Children's Hospital. By operating as a newsroom, the hospital communications team was positioned to take advantage of health-related stories in the news. To find out how listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below.   00:51  Intro 01:18  About Jeff 04:09  Mobility & flexibility 07:35  Telling personal stories 10:07  Involving your staff 13:06  Evergreen vs live news 15:34  "Newsjacking?" 17:08  Timely posting on current events 20:12  Spontaneous vs oversight 24:20  Physicians who produce social content 27:19  Accuracy vs accessibility 28:32  End 29:18  Social Media Tip Mari Smith 30:01  Closing   Connect with Jeff: Jeff Calaway, Senior Content Specialist: Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeffCalaway LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-calaway-36097a74/   The Cook Children's Marketing & PR Team

  • Jess Columbo

    Jess Columbo

    28/09/2017 Duração: 38min

    They say that we learn by our mistakes but wouldn't we rather learn by other's mistakes? Jess Columbo of MedEd Digital joins the podcast to share her tips on "How NOT to launch the biggest social campaign of your career: Lessons from the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute $1 Billion Challenge." That's also the topic of her presentation at the Annual Conference of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network. The Annual Conference will be held on the Mayo campus in Scottsdale, Arizona on December 11-12, 2017. Jess brings more than a decade of experience developing award-winning digital media strategies for clients in regulated industries. She holds a Masters in Digital Journalism and teaches part-time at Portland State University's Center for Executive and Professional Education. Listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below: 00:56 Intro 02:21 About Jess 05:02 Why go it alone? 05:58 Médecins Sans Social Media 06:51 Are they trying to social? 07:54 How Jess became a keynote 09:12 Dan Hinman shout out 10:12 How no

  • Mari Smith

    Mari Smith

    22/09/2017 Duração: 34min

    Mari Smith - "The Queen of Facebook" Out of all the social media platforms utilized today, Facebook ranks at the top with over 70% of online adults engaging on the platform.  My guest on the Get Social Health podcast is the "Queen of Facebook", Mari Smith who will be the keynote speaker at the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network Annual Conference. She will be presenting a keynote titled "Facebook Success Strategies: Proven Ways To Increase Your Reach, Engagement & Results." The Annual Conference is being held December 11th & 12th at the Mayo Clinic campus in Scottsdale, Arizona. Click this link for more information and to register.  Listen to our conversation or drop in at the timestamps below: 01:00  Introduction 02:52  When Mari met Facebook 04:29  Mastery of changing media 06:23  Does Facebook tell us what we're interested in? 08:51  Your experience vs everyone else's 10:58  Break free from apps 11:42  Being careful in Facebook 15:36  Disclaimers in Facebook marketing 17:16  Facebook national tour 19

  • Peter Shankman - ADHD and Faster Than Normal

    Peter Shankman - ADHD and Faster Than Normal

    28/07/2017 Duração: 26min

    Peter Shankman's mind can do a four-minute mile, and he likes it that way.  He has been the keynote speaker for start-ups and Fortune 100s alike in over two dozen countries.  He hosts the "Faster Than Normal" podcast where he discusses the positive values of ADD and ADHD.  Peter is also the author of four books, with a fifth dropping in October!  Join me today as I discuss the power of ADHD with Peter, on Get Social Health. Listen to the conversation or drop in at the time stamps below: 02:12  Introduction 02:42  Peter's getting started story 06:10  ADHD and your podcast 06:44  When did you know you had ADHD? 08:20  The pros of ADHD 09:50  How ADHD helps you at work 10:41  Daily structure 12:02  Managing ADHD 14:12  Fidget devices 14:56  Physiology and ADHD management 15:46  Reactions to ADHD talk 16:46  Future of the podcast 17:55  Forwarding questions to medical experts 18:48  Enabling conversations 19:41  E-patient communities and you 20:43  Having open conversations 21:30  When did you go public with y

  • Tiffany Kelley - Nightingale Apps

    Tiffany Kelley - Nightingale Apps

    10/05/2017 Duração: 33min

    Nightingale Apps - Simplifying a nurses workload Today on Get Social Health I have a quintuple threat:  Tiffany Kelley.  She's a nurse, a Ph.D., an entrepreneur, and CEO and founder of Nightingale Apps.  She's a leader in nursing innovation of mobile applications.  Join us as we discuss the career experiences and the development of "Know My Patient®" on Get Social Health.   Join our conversation or drop in at the time stamps below: 01:02  Introduction 02:18  Kelley's healthcare career 08:04  You actually write?  By hand? 10:49  Paper beats device 11:44  Tiffany's epiphany 17:16  The devil is in the details 19:09  How does a nurse build an app? 21:07  Fitting odd notes into existing systems 23:35  Which doodad would work? 25:10  Who would use this? 26:03  Long term care facilities 26:55  When will it launch? 27:37  "Rogers diffusion of innovation" 30:00  Exciting first steps 30:54  End 31:29  Tony Guerra SMT 32:02  Closing   Nightingale Apps website Facebook Twitter: @nightingaleapps Instagram: @nightingaleap

  • K Melissa Kennedy - 48 Innovate

    K Melissa Kennedy - 48 Innovate

    27/04/2017 Duração: 42min

    Innovation to drive results - in 48 hours Joining me on the Get Social Health podcast is my friend and colleague, K. Melissa Kennedy. Melissa and I worked together on the Triangle Interactive Marketing Association and Startup Weekend.  We have a lively and educational conversation about bringing an innovation mindset and experience to healthcare through 48 Innovate. K. Melissa Kennedy parlayed many years of experience working for and building successful companies into a unique process for harnessing hidden assets inside organizations and turning them into big-idea-generating, $1-billion-revenue-producing resources. (Spoiler alert: It’s the people.) She’s an internationally acclaimed expert, happy to share the not-so-secret actions that have led to impressive outcomes for Fortune 100 corporations, start-up companies, and entrepreneurs. Melissa’s first book The Innovation Revolution: Discover the Genius Hiding in Plain Sight published in March 2017. It’s the essential guide for 21st-century leaders to deliver r

  • Elizabeth Scala, The Nurse Within

    Elizabeth Scala, The Nurse Within

    07/04/2017 Duração: 32min

    My guest today is Elizabeth Scala, another healthcare podcaster, and the host of Your Next Shift.  Elizabeth is a one-woman media company. She's a nurse and the author of Nursing from Within and Stop Nurse Burnout. Elizabeth is also a frequent keynote speaker on the topic of nurse burnout. With her RN/FM co-hosts, Keith Carlson and Kevin Ross, founded the Pulse Media Network to help bring more healthcare podcasts to audiences.  Our conversation will focus on, you guessed it, nurse burnout and the stresses unique to the field.  Join us for our conversation on Get Social Health. Listen to the podcast or drop in at the time stamps below: 00:43  Introduction 03:42  Psych nurse stress 05:39  31 flavors of nursing 06:10  About your podcast, Next Shift 08:12  Connecting with your audience 10:14  No idea how to describe this question 10:53  Leading causes of nurse burnout 13:07  Is burnout unique to service jobs? 14:07  Family dynamics of patients 15:12  Your training regime 16:11  Self-regulating burnout 17:12  Bu

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