@westr refers us to this article with these comments:
There’s more than meets the eye to this article. It’s more about the sophisticated ways people may be exploiting social media to their advantage, regardless of the specific purpose at hand, which in this case is employment.
The bottom line for MCSMN’ers would be that your organization’s social media sites may be conveying much more information about your organization’s DNA than you may realize, with just a little reading between the lines. That would include information that is NOT there. People are always smarter than given credit for. And health care organizations are huge potential targets which are trying to survive.
I realize I may be preaching to the clergy here. If so, consider this a nice reminder.