If you’re like any one of us on the ReadyDock Team, then you want to stay in the know with what’s new in the world of healthcare. Here, we like to stay connected through news sources like Modern Healthcare and organizations such as Infection Control Today. However, another way to stay connected is through social media, where news and information is literally brought to your
fingertips. We’ve compiled a list of some of our most influential friends on Twitter so you can start building more relationships and share relevant trending content.
Meet Your New Connections
Wen Dombrowski, MD
Dr. Dombrowski is an advocate for mobile health technology that puts power into the hands of patients. She is constantly Tweeting and sharing sources that relate to the modern advances in medicine.
Dirk Stanley, MD MPH
Dr. Stanley is a board certified Informaticist that keeps his followers informed on topics that range from health policies to epidemiology research. He has a great relationship with other industry professionals and shares their thoughts and information often.
Will has been sharing valuable information surrounding Health IT for over 7 years, but he doesn’t limit it to that because followers can get their daily dosage of entertainment here too.
Kamiya is a nurse advocate. Her posts have evolved from educating nurses about coping with difficult situations to everything health related. Her followers include professionals and patients.
Elin tweets often about the collaboration of medicine and technology that is tranforming the industry day by day.
Mandi Bishop is a healthcare consultant who specializes in the relationship between computers and medical data. She’s made it her mission to educate others about healthcare IT.
Rose enjoys keeping her followers updated on all things nursing, but does not limit it to just that. She is also very passionate about infection control and its awareness.
Dr. Perencevich is bringing awareness to infectious diseases everyday. You’ll find his Twitter feed is full of information about bacterial resistance, MRSA, hand hygiene, and more.
Christina engages her friends with topics she is passionate about. On her Twitter you can find information about hospitals, workplace effectiveness, health IT, telehealth, social media and enhancing patient experience.
Dr. Slater uses social media to bridge the gap between doctors and their patients, bringing them to the future of healthcare.
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Each individual was chosen because he or she makes an active effort every day to keep followers informed. Start connecting with them today to increase your knowledge and network. Don’t forget to connect with us either!