The health care industry's leading social media management platform
Find out why leading health care providers, insurers, and life science companies worldwide use Hootsuite to improve their customer experience, unify their social message, and ensure compliance with industry regulations.
Improve the patient experience and protect your brand’s reputation
Track, respond to, and resolve negative clinical experiences such as long wait times, billing issues, and adverse reactions with Hootsuite's publishing, engagement, and monitoring solutions.
Hootsuite is great for us. Just this morning I was looking at direct messages and comments, making assignments that notify coordinators at different hospitals. Hootsuite empowers our team to be autonomous and take ownership—without the risk.
Unify your message and boost your internal communications
Manage social media across all organization types with Hootsuite's powerful assignment, approval, and content management features that allow you to centralize social media management—while safely expanding participation in social across departments and service lines.
Hootsuite's internal communication products, including the easy-to-use Amplify app, allows for fast communication within your company so everyone is aware of resources and announcements, laying the foundation for your employee advocacy program.
The global leader in social media management
The most widely used social media management platform in health care, trusted by over 50 of the Top 100 Social Hospitals.
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The most sophisticated social media education programs in health care, including the only social media certification program offered in conjunction with the Mayo Clinic.
Consistently rated the easiest to use social media management platform by health care professionals.
A robust analytics and enterprise reporting platform perfect for any organization.
Ensure compliance with industry regulations
Hootsuite’s security solutions provide a scalable platform to secure your social assets, implement secure processes, and flag posts or comments that may violate industry regulations.
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