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Many mIllennial moms have a social media compulsion often sharing many photos of their kids (oversharenting). We wondered how this affects their kids.
In the midst of the brouhaha about breaches of data privacy, Facebook is also taking on the challenge of weeding out fake news and hate speech. But, can we trust them to do it right? There is a fine line between thoughtful content curation and censorship.
Millennials were born during a period of rapid technological transformation. Most millennials have never known life without a cellular telephone or without having access to the internet. The mental health effects of being "always connected" have only recently started to be considered.
Social media offers doctors opportunities to educate patients, provide better customer service, reduce visits, improve scheduling, and increase loyalty.
The insatiable addiction to an ever-increasing numbers of "likes" or "friends" we accumulate is with us here today, creating the potential for a dystopian society.
Social media abuses in nursing homes have escalated to the point that the federal government has announced a crackdown.
Physicians and practice managers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online HIPAA violations can be costly.
It's best to understand your health insurance and other payment options before embarking on infertility treatment.
Long-awaited federal audits are finally here under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
A culture of vigilance when it comes to protecting patient privacy can HIPAA violations related to social media.
Patients want to know that they are getting the absolute best care for their dollar, and they are turning to the web to inform their decision making.
RWJF wants to hear from you about the barriers and limitations to using social media data to improve health.
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