4 Reasons to Ban Social Media in Your Hospital

If you are in an executive position at a hospital or healthcare system, consider blocking access to Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. There's no better way to let the world know that you neither trust your employees, nor promote knowledge sharing.

3 comments on "4 Reasons to Ban Social Media in Your Hospital"
Ed (8/7/2013 at 3:30 PM)

It only took them six years!!!! Such progressive organizations.
Kathi Browne (8/6/2013 at 3:03 PM)

These are excellent reasons to ban social sites and illustrated brilliantly by hospitals that implemented them, like um... who were they now?, uh... their names aren't coming to me now... I guess reason #5 might be: You want to slip under the radar and remain relatively unknown.
Christina Thielst (8/5/2013 at 4:04 PM)

These are great reasons to ban social media in your hospital. Unfortunately, if this environment exists, it probably isn't a good place for me to work or to go for healthcare services.


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