Tag Archives: social networks

Pearls in a Minefield

A couple of months ago, I posted on The Health Care Blog, suggesting that not all conversations merit participation from biopharma, but more should be heard. Since then, GAO’s Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has announced its first post-pilot research funding to “support comparative clinical effectiveness research that will give patients and those who care […]

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Asking for Employees’ Social Media Passwords is bad for Business

Online privacy has been a growing issue over the last few years, but a new practice of employers requesting access to potential and even current employees’ social media accounts (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) has brought it to the forefront. It has become such a hot topic that Maryland is on the cusp of becoming the first […]

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