Activity ID



March 31, 2022

Format Type


CME Credit



CME Provider

American Association for Physician Leadership


Enroll in Social Media for Physician Leaders to develop and strengthen a social media voice — one that communicates effectively with patients and team members, emphasizes the safety of personal information and uses marketing principles to benefit the organization and people involved.

Topics include:

• The key communities and channels (closed, public, and enterprise) physician leaders can use to strengthen communication
• The ways strong networking and team-based care can potentially improve patient outcomes
• The importance of professional management and data privacy in today’s always-on society
• Opportunities for marketing and heightened patient awareness through social media
• This course is in the Health IT Leadership Certificate program.

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Educational Objectives

• Identify the importance of social media and its impact on physician leadership
• Explore the key public, closed and enterprise channels and communities relative to health care professionals
• Recognize the potential for improvements to patient outcomes through the use of networking and team-based care
• Review the importance of professional management and privacy of data in today’s always-on society
• Outline the opportunities in social media for marketing and patient awareness of an organization


social media, leadership, communication


Interpersonal & Communication Skills

CME Credit Type

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

Practice Setting

Physician Executives

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