Identifying, Engaging, and Learning from Health IT Influencers, Leaders & Organizations – #HITsm Chat Topic
We’re excited to share the topic and questions for this week’s #HITsm chat happening Friday, 1/20 at Noon ET (9 AM PT). This week’s chat will be hosted by Juliana Ruiz from Bryte Box Consulting (@BryteBox) on the topic of “Identifying, Engaging, and Learning from Health IT Influencers, Leaders & Organizations“.
The ability to create, curate and disseminate information is getting easier and easier every day. In addition to running a blog and participating in things like tweetchats, the average Joe or Josephine can now publish their own podcast, broadcast their own video and reach people in ways that were just not economically or technically feasible not too long ago.
Because of the rapid and explosive expansion of information, it’s more important than ever to be able to identify and vet the information flooding our senses via the channels we observe each day. This chat will explore some ideas and approaches regarding Identifying, Engaging, and Learning from Health IT Influencers, Leaders & Organizations.
Join us as we discuss the following questions for this week’s #HITsm chat:
T1: What are key attributes you look for in a thought leader – whether an individual or an organization? #HITsm
T2: How do you prefer to interact w/ IT thought leaders? (ex. email, webinars, group discussion, FTF, etc.) #HITsm
T3: What are some ways you prefer to learn about products/services offered by a vendor? What are key attributes of vendor-supplied info? #HITsm
T4: What is your preferred media/approach for learning about something in depth? i.e. a complex topic #HITsm
T5: What is a 3-5 word phrase that can be used to describe a “good” Healthcare Thought Leader? #HITsm
Bonus: Who are some of your favorite influencers and thought leaders in the healthcare space? #HITsm
Here’s a look at the upcoming #HITsm chat schedule:
2/24 – HIMSSanity Recovery Chat
With #HIMSS17 happening the week of this chat, we’ll take the week off from a formal chat. However, we encourage people that attended HIMSS or watched HIMSS remotely to share a “Tweetstorm” that tells a #HIMSS17 story, shares insights about a topic, rants on a topic of interest, or shows gratitude. Plus, it will be fun to test out a new form of tweetstorm Twitter chat. We’ll post more details as we get closer.
We look forward to learning from the #HITsm community! As always let us know if you have ideas for how to make #HITsm better.
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