The Foray into Social Media: A Clinician, and Skeptic, Sold
Anderson, Dianne J., Frontiers of Health Services Management
WHILE IN THE RUNNING for CEO of Lawrence General Hospital (LGH) two years ago, I performed my due diligence: I perused the hospital's website, examined the printed materials sent by the search firm, and scoured the web for LGH stories and recent news. I genuinely admired what I'd seen in person during the interview process-Lawrence General's leadership, staff, and clinical capabilities-but I was concerned with the public face and persona of the hospital. The website was static, out of date, and full of broken links; the marketing materials were bland; and the messaging in no way matched the progressive Lawrence General I'd experienced during my many visits. I knew all aspects of LGH's …
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Publication information: Article title: The Foray into Social Media: A Clinician, and Skeptic, Sold. Contributors: Anderson, Dianne J. - Author. Journal title: Frontiers of Health Services Management. Volume: 28. Issue: 2 Publication date: Winter 2011. Page number: 23+. © Health Administration Press Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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