Tag: Health Activist Twitter Chat


6th Annual WEGO Health Awards Schedule of Events

Now that we have the best of the best in patient advocacy nominated for the 6th Annual WEGO Health Awards, it’s time for the voting to commence! We're proud to announce we've received close to 2,500 nominations and almost 30,000 endorsements this WEGO Health Award's season. We're blown away by the work of these tremendous…

#WEGOHealthChat Recap: Commitments + #WTFix = How Can We Help Each Other?

In case you missed our July #WEGOHealthChat, we’ve got this awesome recap for you! Last month we partnered with Healthsparq for the What's The Fix? Conference and for the July #WEGOHealthChat we wanted to ask how the commitments you made to improve healthcare were progressing. We discussed what you want to see changed in health care,…

ICYMI: November #HAChat hosted by Katie Parker

This month we were joined by Katie Parker,@katie5280, and engaged in a conversation about creating and maintaining a safe home for diabetic patients. Katie Parker is a breast cancer survivor, type 2 diabetes patient, speaker and writer. Katie served as a 2011 Pink Together Ambassador, a breast cancer writer for the Fight Like A Girl Club…

#HAchat Recap: The Doctor Will Tweet You Now

Image via weltbranding This month we’re focusing on how Health Activists can help both patients & healthcare professionals use the web for health.  Do you ever communicate with your doctor via email? Do you ever see him/her on Twitter or Facebook? With so much health information available online, it seems a little strange that Healthcare…

#HAchat Recap: Health Activists talk Health Technology

We had a great Health Activist Tweetchat today on the subject of health technology. We wanted to know what patients are using now when it comes to health apps, games, and devices - and who better to ask than the savvy Health Activists that lead them?   Here are our top take-aways: 1. Health Activists…

#HAchat Recap: All About Health Activist Burnout

Burnout happens. This was the general consensus we came to after our awesome Health Activist Tweetchat on Tuesday. Like flammable objects beginning to ignite, burnout takes on many forms in its infancy. As one moves progressively closer to the "burnout zone" - many similarities arise. And, like kindling, once you're burning - it's not easy…
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