Healthcare was all about self-care in Q1 of 2019. As mental health concerns have become normalized over the last few years, social media posts have ramped up, with many using mediums like Twitter to share various self-care strategies.
Millennials view healthcare from a different lens than prior generations. Health providers and caretakers need to be equipped to meet the concerns of a demanding generation who expect better preventive care than their predecessors.
Quarter 4 for 2018 showed less people talking about healthcare compared to the previous. Talk around the sector also has grown slightly less positive in comparison. Popular mentions in health include jobs and careers.
Q3 2018 showed a large decrease in social post volume, compared to this period last year. Those who did post were riveted by healthcare miracles and incredible health stories. Providers were also showing their growing wisdom by advertising job opportunities over social media.
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