Need back up information/ stats in order to keep social media access for team members.
Hoping to get an updated document we can share as part of Social Media Week. Are you getting renewed push-back on having employee access? Do you have access now? If they (whoever “they” are) are looking to roll it back, what are the reasons?
The digital team is tasked with coming up with documentation, research, etc that supports keeping social media open to team members. There was a recommended audit that pushed to have social media blocked. Currently, we are open but the decision due date looms. I would like to provide our legal and risk teams with concrete information that perhaps a Mayo, or another larger health system have succeeded with using social media with positive outcomes and no breaches. Let me know. Thanks,- Margaret
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I would be interested in seeing the audit that recommended blocking. We have had all of the social sites open to the Network and haven’t had significant issues. Maybe it would be easiest if we could review the basis of the arguments for blocking and then answer them.
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Thanks Lee, I will get the details.
Hi All – It's been awhile since I last asked this. Has there been any update or white papers in reference to social media access for team members?
@hackensackmeridianhealth – have you seen this? https://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/counteracting-resistance-to-employee-online-access/
Thank you, Dan. I'll take a look.
If you haven’t yet had a chance listen to Lee’s podcast interview about the study rakaying Reputation and physician tweeters. To me, if you think reputation has economic value, the implications are clear for open social media policies at least for physician employees.