Thanks to everyone’s participation on the blog, facebook and Twitter, the Transparent Health blog hit an all-time high number of page views today with 241 hits to the blog. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderfully creative insights and thoughts on how healthcare can become safer for all of us.
Let’s keep the conversation going–and not let up. As you all learned today, a conversation can change an outcome. The more noise out in the Twitterverse, the blogosphere and whatever “they” call Facebook-land–the more likely the Telluride Summer Camp messages of: transparency, open/honest communication, patient-centered care, creation of a just culture in medicine, respect and joy in the workplace and building of high reliability organizations that drive preventable medical error to zero will catch fire–in a good way. Keep the momentum going even after heading… Continue reading
If you have made it to this blog post, you may or may not have found the contest question on Twitter. If you have found the question, post your answer in the comment section below. If not, see the contest rules below and Good Luck!
The first person to find the contest question on Twitter, and then post the correct answer in the comment section of the “2012 Social Media Contest Starts Today” post on the Transparent Health blog will be crowned the Pre-Telluride Social Media Scholar.
With that prestigious title also comes your choice of one of the educational documentary films we will discuss during the week in Telluride.
Hashtags are an excellent resource to find information on a specific topic on Twitter! Our meeting hashtag is #TPSER8