@RWJF_HumanCap Reaches Twitter Landmark
Jun 26, 2012, 12:55 PM
Over the weekend, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Human Capital Twitter feed — that’s @RWJF_HumanCap, for those of you in the Twitter know — picked up its 40,000th follower. To every one of the 40,000, we say, “Thank you!” We’re very grateful for your support and attention.
If you’re not among the 40,000, it’s probably too late to be the first on your block to follow us on Twitter. But don’t be the last! It’s a great way to keep up with news and opinion on developments in health care and workforce issues in particular, and also to find out about all the stellar work being done by RWJF and its scholars and fellows.
Here’s a sampling of some of our recent tweets.
Bringing down the "wall" between public health & medicine: RWJF Clinical Scholars promoting professional collaboration, http://ow.ly/bJUdp
Check out list of RWJF programs that reflect Foundation’s commitment to diversity in health care: http://ow.ly/bENwf #RWJF40
The limits of "big data," & getting the most frm pop health data thru collaboration, RWJF Hlth& Soc Scholar on #HCBlog, http://ow.ly/bNRZV
RWJF’s Cash & Counseling gives Medicaid consumers flexibility, sense of control over their care. #RWJF40 http://ow.ly/bENdW
Stay up to date on the latest Human Capital news with the RWJF Human Capital News Digest, online at http://ow.ly/bLGAy
You can read all our recent tweets, and sign up to follow at http://twitter.com/#!/RWJF_HumanCap.
This commentary originally appeared on the RWJF Human Capital Blog. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the authors.