Join Ozmosis & Ogilvy Public Relations Wednesday, February 15th for a star studded discussion on the continuing role social media plays in healthcare as part of Social Media Week in Washington, DC. As we look back on the impact social media has had on the healthcare industry over the past year, we see dramatic growth in social media adoption by health care consumers, providers, and all the various organizations engaged in the healthcare ecosystem. While the industry has taken a giant leap forward into the world of social tools and collaborative models, we’ve only scratched the surface of what is yet to come.
So what does the future hold? Join thought leaders from Eli Lilly, Inspire, Ogilvy and Ozmosis as we explore the positive impact social media has made throughout the healthcare system. Together, we will examine how patients, providers and healthcare organizations have leveraged social tools to enhance communication, promote education, improve the delivery of care, and reduce costs.
Wednesday, February 15th
10:00-11:30am | Ogilvy Public Relations
1111 19th St. NW, 10th FL Washington, DC
Social media's impact on healthcare continues to expand. Whether its the role social gaming sites play to relieve some of the pain companies, doctors and patients experience in managing health care; why physicians are turning to Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to build a social reputation and engage appropriately with patients ahead of their office visits; how 20 prominent hospital systems are using social media to connect patients and providers, or how life science firms and hospital systems are transforming into social businesses, we will share specific examples and lessons learned on how social media and collaborative models are making a difference in our health.
Moderator: Dana Allen-Greil | Account Director/Digital Strategist, Social Marketing Practice | Ogilvy
We look forward to seeing you on the 15th!