Social Media provided Care Coordination after Boston Marathon incident

Date: 05.15.2013 | Zach Urbina">Zach Urbina

boston-maraton-tweets-270The Boston Marathon presented a challenge to medical personal trying to maintain cool heads amid a chaotic and unfolding situation.

Tufts Medical Center reportedly harvested Twitter data to update it patient count following the bombing at the Boston Marathon site.

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Association also used Twitter to steer concerned people away from placing phone calls and toward texts, which use less bandwidth.

Blood donation efforts were also coordinated via integral assistance from social media communications.

continue reading | via Fierce Health IT

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