By Sandra M. DeJong MD
Blogs and Tweets, Texting and Friending: Social Media and on-line Professionalism in healthiness Care summarizes the commonest errors - and their felony and moral ramifications -made in social media by way of busy overall healthiness care execs. It provides most sensible practices for utilizing social media whereas conserving on-line professionalism. The booklet is going directly to establish different types of warning, from confidentiality of sufferer info and keeping the professional's privateness to common netiquette in tweeting, texting, running a blog, and friending. And it courses you in establishing a school web page (or opting for to not) and handling your on-line footprint.
The attached new release usually makes use of social media, together with well-being care execs, yet what occurs whilst a sufferer desires to buddy you? Or whilst you may have already published a rant on a sufferer that will get seen through others? What details could already be floating on the net sufferer may well locate approximately you in a Google seek and that would influence your healing relationship?
Whether you're new to social media or knowledgeable person on your deepest existence (but have not considered what this suggests for you professionally), this publication is for you. it is the ''when'' and ''how'' to take advantage of social media successfully whereas conserving on-line professionalism.
- Identifies social media most sensible practices for retaining on-line professionalism
- Covers a number of kinds of social media, from blogs and tweets to texting and friending
- Includes case vignettes of real-life activities and their repercussions
- Intended for the safety of either the pro and the buyer or patient
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However, it can also refer to overinflating the results that a patient can expect from a given treatment or the provider’s credentials to provide such treatment, and by extension the implicit expectation of success. Promises or guarantees of treatment outcomes can be made in person, but also online, either through clinical conversations through email, interactive websites, or blogs, or through online advertising. An interesting question in this era of so-called “boutique” medical practices is whether charging exorbitant fees sets up an expectation for such a high level of care that patients are at risk of being disappointed.
Recupero (2005, p. 471) cites the case of Ramona v. Ramona,6 in which a psychotherapy patient accused her father of sexual abuse after a sodium Amytal interview. She confronted her father with these accusations at a therapy session. ” One might imagine such a case being extrapolated to medical encounters. In addition, by texting the father, the NP is potentially engaging in a breach of confidentiality, as well as establishing a treatment relationship without having evaluated the patient face-to-face.
Due to difficulties in obtaining unbiased witnesses, cases often rest on what is documented in the record, and online communications about a patient are considered part of that record and are discoverable. Regardless of the outcome of such suits, the negative impact on the practitioner in terms of time, lost revenue, psychological wellbeing, and professional self-confidence can be highly significant (Menninger, Watson & Gould, 2012). If the practitioner loses the case or the case settles, results are reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank.