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Expert tips and best practices for physicians using social media

Residency Program Alert, August 15, 2018

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As the distinction between what is acceptable to post on social media and what is not continues to blur for everyone, physicians face an additional burden. When it comes to social media, they must not only know how to tell the difference between what is harmless fun and what could be harmful to their reputations—they must also distinguish between what posts protect patient privacy and what posts could potentially be HIPAA violations. 

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