I would like to take credit for helping one of our customers become one of the 12 most digitally influential women in healthcare, but it was all Carolyn. An Educated Change Digital Coach helped her with the basics; how to use the digital communication tools and navigate with limited digital experience, she used her real world experience to learn, listen, adapt and within 1 year become one of the most influential women on twitter in healthcare.
You would have to ask Carolyn @CarolynBuckLuce how she achieved this; but Carolyn is successful in the real world because of her passion, plan, education and living whatever she does. Educated Change was there to help her with the education so she could deliver the real-world side of her life to the digital world.
Congratulation to Carolyn Buck-Luce on this making "Twitter top 12 in healthcare". Copy of Article
These 12 women are powerful voices both in healthcare innovation and on Twitter
Women make up only a small fraction of executives in the healthcare industry. But one place where they do have a striking presence is on social media – they account for 62 percent of Twitter users, 60 percent of DocStoc users and 58 percent of Facebook users.
You’d have no trouble finding thought-provoking women in the every part of the healthcare industry to follow on social media – that’s why it was so hard to narrow this list down to just 12. These women are patients, researchers, executives, investors and innovators who are making waves not just in their respective sectors but on social media as well. Feel free to share others who you enjoy following.gnayyar) is AT&T ForHealth’s first chief medical information officer.
Daphne Zohar (@daphnezohar) is the founder and managing partner at PureTech Ventures, which forms and leads technology and science companies.
Lygeia Ricciardi (@Lygeia) is acting director of the Office of Consumer eHealth at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, a branch of HHS.
Dr. Leslie Saxon (@DrLeslieSaxon) is the chief of cardiology at USC Keck School of Medicine and executive director of the USC Center for Body Computing who tweets about digital health.
Carolyn Buck Luce (@CarolynBuckLuce) is the head of Ernst & Young’s Global Pharmaceutical Sector and an adjunct professor at Columbia University.
Melissa Cole (@MelissaColeHTR), a senior consultant for Healthcare Transformation Resources, focuses her tweets on patient safety and health IT.