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RT @Dembkclub: 1)Focus groups good. Desk based literature reviews too and demographics. Thinking books already as one has sprung to mind. #hcsmca
T3 For better, or worse, people will be able to find informal #Reviews of #doctors #hospitals #nursinghomes online. #hcldr
Yes, need Trends. RT @anetto We all know there are some patients that no one could ever satisfy. One bad review is not significant #hchlitss
A3 In reviews of Medical Boards, criminal convictions, arrests are typically NOT disclosed, made known to the public. #hchlitss
Surprising RT @SimonSikorskiMD Facebook and Google Plus. Both require reviews to be accurate and true and they cannot be anonymous #hchlitss
RT @KaneticaSB: Our biz has flourished 15yrs word-of-mouth only. If this 'personal review' power is evidence, then surely online reviews count too? #hcsm
RT @doctorwes: Medicine is a team sport - even more so now. Usually, judging doctor = judging team. If team's good, good reviews usu follow. #hcsm
RT @clearJB: I saw a stream this week of a patient live-tweeting how bad her nurse was…no "review platform" needed…just Twitter (ouch) #hcsm
RT @StephenBalek: T1: As a patient, the reviews I trust are from the nurses and staff who work with doctors I am interested in #hcsm.
RT @DrRKSingaltegh: T1 From provider perspective, some merit to online reviews but probably leans more complaints based. like municipal bylaws. #hcsm
RT @BeckyJMonroe: "@HealthSocMed: TOPIC 1 - Do online reviews of HCP matter? I get nervous that only the folks with extreme opinions take part. #hcsm"
RT @Colin_Hung: T1: In order to have good/reliable reviews we need more transparent info like qual measures, standing with Med Assoc, litigation, etc #hcsm
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