SocialMedia.org Health

People Love It

SocialMedia.org Health has helped us cut through the clutter and the noise of people in the industry who think they know what's right. This has given us an invaluable tool to get some insight from people that have the exact same issues that we're having. Brad Haller, Mercy

After budget cuts, I fought to keep this membership because this is the best professional resource I've had in my entire career. Mark Murdock, Kindred Healthcare

I love being a part of a community of professionals who understand the struggles we are faced with as social media people within large healthcare systems. The support I felt from everyone is something I will never be able to explain. Brittany Vajda, Sentara Healthcare

This group is a godsend. Seriously. Rosaria Mineo, Cooper University Health Care

I've gotten some great advice and brainstormed with people doing the same job -- having that network is invaluable. LIZ MARTIN, UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS

SocialMedia.org Health members really have each other's back and want to know about each other's success. Ashley Restivo, Highmark

I have been a member of various types of marketing organizations, and I would say that SocialMedia.org Health is by far the best one. It's overwhelming how much you walk away with. James Sims III, Northwestern Medicine

Looking for a safe place to get your tough questions answered, hang out with like-minded people, and discuss topics that are pertinent to your interests and industry? This community is it! Judy Prett, Riverside Healthcare

Social media moves so quickly, and it requires a lot of creativity. It's great to be a part of a community that can catch you up on what you may have missed and also inspire you. Clarissa Chavez, Augusta University Health

The SocialMedia.org Health team does a good job broadening and combining ideas to create topics that a larger group of members are interested in. Kevin Vicker, Children's Hospital Colorado

No vendors. Real thought leadership. People who do what you do, sharing best (and worst!) practices openly. Mo Moorman, Aurora Health Care

SocialMedia.org Health is a great opportunity to network (and empathize). There's lots of smart people together in the same room, and everyone gets it. Lisa McMahan, Oregon Health & Science University

Finally! The opportunity to sit in a room with just other hospitals to talk about how social impacts business objectives. Shawn Halls, Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

These are your peers who are happy to help and can be a great resource. Jessica Laurendeau, Boston Children's Hospital

All of the discussion topics are relevant and helpful. I learned a lot that I can take back to my organization. Caryn Zengel, MedStar Health