Annual Conference

I took one last scroll through my Twitter feed on my way to the MCSMN Conference and Social Media Residency, and a spot-on quote from the Center for Coping (@centerforcoping) caught my eye: “Anxiety happens when you think you have to figure out everything all at once. Breathe. You’re strong. [...]
By Kimberly Dorris • December 28, 2017
The 2017 Mayo Clinic Social Media Network (MCSMN) Annual Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. officially reached sold out status this afternoon, four weeks in advance of the event! We capped registration at 125, excluding staff and speakers, to help ensure a highly interactive and engaging experience [...]
By Lee Aase • November 13, 2017
Attendees at the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network 2017 Annual Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, will have three chances to meet with social media experts in small group sessions. This is an opportunity to receive customized, strategic insight to specific challenges you face. We’re pleased to announce this year’s panel [...]
By Dan Hinmon, MCSMN Director • November 8, 2017
In 10 weeks we’ll be gathering on our Mayo Clinic campus in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona for the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network (#MCSMN) Annual Conference (Dec. 11-12), followed by Social Media Residency on Dec. 13. What’s the difference between these events? Should you attend one, [...]
By Lee Aase • October 3, 2017

For years, I’ve had the opportunity to work to leverage social media to discuss the power of discovery. These platforms allow us to connect and engage with others in new and exciting ways.

But as a digital practitioner, I’ve always felt like my work [...]

By Amanda O'Connor • August 21, 2017
How do you reach out and touch someone (digitally, of course) and not run the risk of having the person you want to reach ignore you, or (metaphorically) slap your face or (still metaphorically here) call the cops? You can be relevant or irrelevant, too open or not open [...]
By David Harlow • August 14, 2017
Two years ago, my job didn’t exist. Neither did my team. Nor, for that matter, did my entire department – at least as it exists today That’s because two years ago, OSF HealthCare underwent a major transformation. Instead of 15+ marketing and communication teams spread across the system, we [...]
By Katie Whitt • August 10, 2017