@IndianaScott I echo your observations completely. It is mind blowing how people can blast others on social media and not think about consequences. We watch for it at INTEGRIS, both internally and externally. For internal issues: I have a specific contact person in HR I notify if I receive or discover inappropriate posts by an employee. Depending on the situation, some are taken care of by the management, and some posts have resulted in termination.
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Hi Alli! Attached is a smartinsight.com flow chart that we use at INTEGRIS to illustrate our procedures. Of course every situation is different so approaches can change on a situational basis. But this is a good route to start.
A member of our INTEGRIS physician onboarding group has inquired about utilizing a closed Facebook group as a way for physicians to “network and get to know each other.” I’d like to recommend utilizing Doximity instead as a way to not “reinvent the wheel.” But since it’s a physician only social media outlet, explaining it and answering questions is tricky.
How have other organizations introduced and provided Doximity training?
Wow @tracimcphee, that’s a good question. We don’t have any policies on removing your badge with photos on social media, other than what’s covered in our social media policy regarding employee conduct. In fact, we use great photos of our employees in other posts including recruitment photos with and without badges.
To my knowledge that badging scenario has never been an issue here, though I can see that as a valid concern. It seems on speck like a daunting task to police badges in photos for someone in a marketing position.
@MarciaHFrancis I get where you’re coming from. It’s a case by case basis here at INTEGRIS whether or not to keep a patient’s story online after they pass. Usually, if the context of their story still makes sense, and everyone is on board (family, service line that worked closely with the patient) we’ll leave their story online and respectfully note some way that they passed.
We create slideshows for all sorts of purposes. Basically any time we take photos, (if it makes sense) we’ll make an animoto slideshow. We’ve done retirement receptions, facility grand openings, employee community projects, facility remodel unveiling. It exports videos as mp4 from 360p to HD 1080p. We used them on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. We found it to be a very useful way to quickly present photos in an attractive way.
Here are a few videos we’ve done: