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Farris Timimi, MDMedical Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Social MediaHealth Care Social Media andProfessionalism
Agenda• What is professionalism?• Is part of being professional being online?• Are online rules the same as offline rules?...
Subtext• This is how people communicate• All of your employees are already involved insocial media-and your blocking won’t...
What is professionalism?
Heart and Soul of Medical Care• Professionalism means safe care• Health care is delivered by teams who need tocommunicate ...
How is being online part of professionalism?• Unique moment in history-two overlapping trends• Information overload at the...
Information Overload• PubMed-22 million citations, one new/min• Over 200 Cardiology journals• 486 cardiology guidelines• M...
Who is the lived expert?
Where did our time go?
Time, the most precious commodity…JONA, 39, 6:266-275Direct Care-20%Documentation-35%Medication-17% Care Coordination-21%A...
Where are our patients…Online• Time online in social networking represents 110billion minutes worldwide• One in four minut...
Why we need to be online• Is it any wonder that the majority of us have soughtknowledge and support online?• The value of ...
Why we need to be online• Yet, all too often, we in health care are absent fromthat conversation•“Don’t want to be sued!”•...
The Impact of Silence:Vaccine Hesitancy• Efficiency•Each discussion averages 5-10 mins•By 24 months, 14 vaccines over 8 vi...
Vaccine Hesitancy•Health Care•14 years since Wakefield, dramatic drop in MMRin EU with a marked increase in measles andmum...
Is part of being professional being online?• We must partner with patients in content creation,curation and decision makin...
National Survey of State Medical Boards• 71% of boards responded• 92% of boards reported at least 1 online violation• Most...
Professionalism and Social Media• Social Media Tools do not cause professionalismviolations• They leverage behavior and er...
Key elements of professionalism in healthcare social media
Social Media and Professionalism• Online behavior should seamlessly merge withoffline behavior• Social Media can highlight...
Professionalism and Social Media• Before you take the leap•Develop/Review your organizational social mediapolicy guide•Def...
Professionalism and Social Media• After the plunge•Be real•Be professional•Be respectful•Learn the rules of the road befor...
Professionalism and Social Media• After the plunge•Foresee and count to 3•1-Who is your audience?•2-Is this appropriate fo...
General Concepts• Unless it is still in the cache, you can’t put it in thetrash• Always surmises that HIPAA applies• Speak...
General Concepts• Don’t endorse as a matter of course• Supervisors: Don’t initiate an employee friendrequest at your own b...
Remember• Errors will occur• Develop a social media policy• Provide orientation and training• If a mistake happens, rememb...
Professionalism and Social Media• Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry• Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete• Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal
For Further Interaction:• @FarrisTimimi on Twitter• timimi.farris@mayo.edu• http://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org• http://pint...
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Slides from Dr. Farris Timimi's presentation in Mayo Clinic's Social Media Residency Program. For more information on Social Media Residency go to http://network.socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/

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  1. 1. Farris Timimi, MDMedical Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Social MediaHealth Care Social Media andProfessionalism
  2. 2. Agenda• What is professionalism?• Is part of being professional being online?• Are online rules the same as offline rules?• Know the risks-know how it to avoid them• Key elements of professionalism in health caresocial media
  3. 3. Subtext• This is how people communicate• All of your employees are already involved insocial media-and your blocking won’t work• All of our patients are involved in social media• Use of your human bandwidth can either be anasset or a liability-the line crossed is defined byorientation and training
  4. 4. What is professionalism?
  5. 5. Heart and Soul of Medical Care• Professionalism means safe care• Health care is delivered by teams who need tocommunicate well, honestly, respectfully,confidentiality and responsibly• That team includes all of us in health care-includingpatients and their families
  6. 6. How is being online part of professionalism?• Unique moment in history-two overlapping trends• Information overload at the same time as evolvinginformation transparency• Less daily time for direct patient care at the sametime as more time spent online
  7. 7. Information Overload• PubMed-22 million citations, one new/min• Over 200 Cardiology journals• 486 cardiology guidelines• More and more knowledge is being made availableonline and in a transparent fashion
  8. 8. Who is the lived expert?
  9. 9. Where did our time go?
  10. 10. Time, the most precious commodity…JONA, 39, 6:266-275Direct Care-20%Documentation-35%Medication-17% Care Coordination-21%Assessment/Vitals-7%
  11. 11. Where are our patients…Online• Time online in social networking represents 110billion minutes worldwide• One in four minutes spent online is spent in socialplatforms• The three most common online activities are e-mail,Internet search and health care information
  12. 12. Why we need to be online• Is it any wonder that the majority of us have soughtknowledge and support online?• The value of that conversation is purely dependenton two factors: access to the conversation and thequality of the knowledge shared
  13. 13. Why we need to be online• Yet, all too often, we in health care are absent fromthat conversation•“Don’t want to be sued!”•“Who will pay for my time online?”•“What about HIPAA?”
  14. 14. The Impact of Silence:Vaccine Hesitancy• Efficiency•Each discussion averages 5-10 mins•By 24 months, 14 vaccines over 8 visits•80% of primary care providers report 1 vaccinerefusal/month; 8% of providers report 1 in 10parents refused vaccine• Liability•Several law suits brought by parents whosechildren suffered from vaccine refusal
  15. 15. Vaccine Hesitancy•Health Care•14 years since Wakefield, dramatic drop in MMRin EU with a marked increase in measles andmumps•EU-2011-major measles outbreak in 33countries, to include 10,000 in France alone
  16. 16. Is part of being professional being online?• We must partner with patients in content creation,curation and decision making• Leverage the content, leverage the conversation,leverage the good
  17. 17. National Survey of State Medical Boards• 71% of boards responded• 92% of boards reported at least 1 online violation• Most common: inappropriate patient communicationonline, Internet prescribing without an establishedclinical relationship and misrepresenting credentialsonline• In total, these transgressions represented arelatively small percentage of the total board actionsin the FSMB database
  18. 18. Professionalism and Social Media• Social Media Tools do not cause professionalismviolations• They leverage behavior and errors to a largeraudience• By doing so, they “educate” a larger audience oftransgressions
  19. 19. Key elements of professionalism in healthcare social media
  20. 20. Social Media and Professionalism• Online behavior should seamlessly merge withoffline behavior• Social Media can highlight professional lapses• But it can also empower our mission in domains ofpractice, research and education• Social Media can facilitate a professional culture
  21. 21. Professionalism and Social Media• Before you take the leap•Develop/Review your organizational social mediapolicy guide•Define your opportunity and operational goals•Remember you represent your organization as wellas yourself•Know and review your privacy settings
  22. 22. Professionalism and Social Media• After the plunge•Be real•Be professional•Be respectful•Learn the rules of the road before driving•Just like a good marriage, you will be judged moreby how you listen then what you say
  23. 23. Professionalism and Social Media• After the plunge•Foresee and count to 3•1-Who is your audience?•2-Is this appropriate for all ages?•3-Am I adding value to the ongoingconversation?
  24. 24. General Concepts• Unless it is still in the cache, you can’t put it in thetrash• Always surmises that HIPAA applies• Speak on your behalf, not that of staff• Anonymity is really gimmicky• If you chat about your company, identify abundantly
  25. 25. General Concepts• Don’t endorse as a matter of course• Supervisors: Don’t initiate an employee friendrequest at your own behest• Separate your circle of friends from patients youmend• Corporate logo in your username is a no-go• Adding a disclaimer is probably saner• Don’t practice on the Internet, regardless of yourgood intent
  26. 26. Remember• Errors will occur• Develop a social media policy• Provide orientation and training• If a mistake happens, remember it is one game in aseason
  27. 27. Professionalism and Social Media• Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry• Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete• Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal
  28. 28. For Further Interaction:• @FarrisTimimi on Twitter• timimi.farris@mayo.edu• http://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org• http://pinterest.com/farristimimi• https://www.facebook.com/MayoClinic
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