30 Apr Twitter community aggregates feeds on swine flu
The Health Care Communication and Social Media community from Twitter has launched a Web site to aggregate information feeds from social, government and traditional media concerning the swine flu.
HCSM is a Twitter conversation community that collaborates each week to discuss best practices from social media leaders and movers and shakers in healthcare communications and marketing fields.
“After discussing 2009 H1N1 (swine) flu communication strategies on Sunday night, the HCSM Twitter conversation community decided that having related social media and news feeds aggregated in one place would be useful for HCSM members and organizations,” said HCSM co-founder and moderator Dana Lewis.
The 2009 H1N1 (swine) flu Web site requirements were suggested by the HCSM community and implemented by Tom Stitt and Stew Apelzin, managing directors at Aperial, which develops BlokCast, an RSS feed aggregation service focused on healthcare markets.
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