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BDI.pngThink the healtcare industry is too regulated to use social media? Think again!
What’s Next Blog is a media sponsor of BDI’s 2nd annual Social Communications & Healthcare – Case Studies and Roundtables conference where case studies and practical information are the focus. Use the code WNB for a discounted registration of $155
The conference – in New York on Tuesday, May 11, 2010, from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – focuses on case studies demonstrating how leading healthcare brands are accomplishing business objectives with social media and social networking. It will also cover:
* How to deal with regulatory and legal issues when planning and implementing social media strategies
* How to connect with and tap into consumers who are already using the internet for healthcare information
* Case studies of leading brands that use internet based social strategies to achieve communications objectives?
* Examples of social communities that demonstrate how leading healthcare brands interact, educate, and provide value to consumers online
* Why real-time social media tools such as Twitter are gaining momentum and what’s the business case to use them
* How to sell social communications projects and prove ROI to senior management?
* How do you create effective partnerships with new healthcare media leaders beyond advertising?
* The best tools, technologies, and best practices for monitoring and measuring social communications?
Click here for additional information and registration.
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