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2011 2/Apr

More than 700 hospitals have Facebook pages, 674 have Twitter accounts, and 448 have YouTube channels. As of January 2011, more than 900 hospitals were using 3,000+ social networking sites. Here, three tips to start incorporating social media.

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2011 1/Feb

Telestroke services—providing stroke care expertise via video teleconferencing from a central hub hospital to one far away—greatly increases the chances a patient who needs a blood-thinning drug will get it in time. Here, five keys to telestroke success.

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2010 2/Nov

At academic medical centers, doctors have long filled the CEO role. Private and community hospitals are starting to follow suit—and reaping the benefits.

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2008 18/Oct

James Howard Kunstler doesn’t hold back and he’s got an open forum to speak his mind: his weekly podcast. His focus is suburban sprawl, but he also talks about whatever news graces the moment’s headlines. (CJR.org, October 16, 2008)

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2008 17/Jun

How do green issues perform? In a less-than-scientific comparison to regular issues, it’s clear these editions do attract attention. (CJR.org, June 17, 2008)

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2008 5/May

The push for environmentally friendly stadiums, arenas, and teams gives journalists a rare opportunity: to use sports puns and environment puns in the same sentence. (CJR.org, May 5, 2008)

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2008 10/Apr

Sports Illustrated reporter David Epstein talks about his series, “Steroids in America,” plus getting science into a sports magazine. (CJR.org, April 10, 2008)

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2008 7/Mar

Can bird watchers interested in bulking up their life lists really care about conservation, too? Scott Weidensaul answers that very question in his book Of a Feather: A Brief History of American Birding. (CJR.org, March 7, 2008)

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