I declare 2016 the year of “Information Overload.” With hundreds of millions of content shares every day by billions of active users on social media, we are maxed out trying to keep up. And now we -- the consumers of content -- are taking over as the producers, becoming prosumers - as it were. It's ...
With all the Instagram updates lately, you might be a little lost. We’ve got you covered, though, as we’ve rounded up and explained all the most recent updates:
I remember the day I received my travel itinerary and saw Serbia and thought to myself...”Where the hell is Serbia?” It wasn’t until a month later when I was creating a map for my family to follow that I realized where this, previously thought to be fictitious, country was located.
Hanging out with all of my other "front of the classroom" peeps. It's where the cool kids are. #HCIC16 pic.twitter.com/A0CdEVHPtv — Erica Johansen (@thegr8chalupa)
I landed in Prague on May 31. To say the first month was a whirlwind would be the biggest understatement EVER! I met around 30 people the first night (and remembered all their names, surprisingly) at a beer garden that would later become our second home. So far, I’ve found beer is a good icebreaker ...
As a digital leader in your organization, you’re designing the customer experience from the start of the marketing funnel to the post-engagement experience. Your focus and expertise are on your organization – direct care for your patient population, your organizational structure and assets, and ...
Working from home has been a trend more and more companies have embraced over the past decade. This year, my company let me take it to the next level: working abroad. Yup, across the world, in different time zones, just me and my computer. Well, not really.
Patients are empowering themselves with the immense fountain of information found on the interwebs. They are more informed and educated about you, your practice and your associated hospital than ever before. But do you know what they are seeing or the online reputation they are unweaving?
Before arriving in Nicaragua, I have to admit I didn’t know much about the country. What I did know was that there were a lot of volcanoes and no street names. By the end of my two weeks, this had changed. My host through the International Center for Journalists was fluent in all things “Nica” and ...