Health 2.0 via Twitter!Posted On October 2, 2010 Yes, it is true, we follow our customers via twitter, twitter is a powerful thing! Go web/health 2.0!Checkout Downtown Psychology.RelatedTags:Customers, TwitterRelated Posts The Top 5 Questions a Start-up Needs to Answer at a Press Conference DrChrono.com on “Street Signs” with Erin Burnett and Carl Schramm drchrono featured in an Inc.com article 10 Comments Abby Nardo Thanks for featuring me. I’m really liking Dr. Chrono, and what I’m liking most is your responsiveness to suggestions. As an early adopter to new technologies, this is often what makes/breaks my allegiance, and you guys are great. If you aren’t able to respond to feature requests right away, you tell me why or let me know when it’s going to happen. I’m never left hanging. So far, I’m really happy. October 2, 2010 Reply Daniel Kivatinos Thank you Abby, we are working hard to make all of our customers happy. Feel free to email us anytime and we will try to get back to you asap. October 11, 2010 Reply Wednesday What a neat atrclie. I had no inkling. September 14, 2011 Reply Zavrina Kudos! What a neat way of tihkning about it. September 14, 2011 Reply Lance Agreed, so what will the doctors of tomorrow look like? Jay Parkinson? September 15, 2011 Reply Earnestine Reynaga Social networking is amazing these days. September 15, 2011 Reply lana M Social media rules the world! LOL September 16, 2011 Reply Annabelle Garney Who doesn’t love twitter! September 16, 2011 Reply John Sadly, most doctors don’t love Twitter. Although, it’s smart of them to learn about it. This blog post is a simple example of why they should be on Twitter. It’s amazing how tweets will get better response from many organizations better than a standard support line. There’s something about the public nature of it that gets companies to react. December 12, 2011 ReplyAdd a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentTime limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA. × five = Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.