The Top 50 Healthcare IT Influencers on Twitter: A New eBook

Twitter eBook HITIt's not what you post on Twitter, it's what you learn that's valuable.

With 500 million Tweets that go out every day, it's easy to find opinions, pictures, news and even random thoughts, and it can be enough to make your head spin. But when you cut through the noise, you can find real-time, relevant value in what displays on your Twitter feed.

The health IT community is especially active on Twitter, and if you're interested in learning more about the health IT industry, you're in luck. We searched through all 288 million active Twitter users to find the the ones sharing and creating the best health IT content on the Internet, and narrowed it down to 50 innovative, sharp, in-the-know healthcare IT influencers for our free eBook on the Top 50 Healthcare IT Influencers on Twitter.

These 50 individuals are hospital CIOs, health IT consultants, physicians, technology experts and healthcare professionals, authors, journalists and bloggers who will teach you about health IT community outreach, thought leadership, consultant tips and tricks and breaking news and legislation changes.

We also included some advice from some of the influencers, about how to be HIT-wise on Twitter and why they feel health IT is an industry worth Tweeting about.

The individuals chosen have a 45 and above Social Authority according to social media tool Followerwonk as of the date this eBook was written, April 7, 2015, and had “healthcare IT” or some acceptable abbreviation/variation of industry terms in their bios and/or Tweets. Additionally, influencers chosen must have Tweeted about healthcare IT and mentioned other healthcare IT influencers in their Tweets at least 50% of the time.

Get ready to learn from the best on Twitter - and transform your Twitter feed into a useful tool! Check out our Top 50!

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2 Responses

  1. Sherry Reynolds says:

    Thank you and honored.

    One thing I have learned through the use of social media is the power of collective collaborative problem solving that cuts across silos and hierarchy and I am just one of the many nodes in that community

  2. Thank you and very honored to be mentioned here!

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