By Staff Reporters




Elon Musk, the richest person on the planet, is the CEO of the world’s most valuable automaker TESLA, heads up a $125 billion aerospace giant, and as of yesterday, is the owner of a social media company Twitter.

According to multiple reports, Musk closed the $44 billion deal last night, less than 24 hours before today’s 5pm ET deadline. He began his reign as “Chief Twit” by firing at least four executives, including CEO Parag Agrawal (who was reportedly escorted out of Twitter’s SF headquarters). Later today, Musk is expected to address anxious employees, who might be worried they’ll face the same fate as their former leader. Historically:

  • Musk acquired a large stake in Twitter and later signed a deal to buy all of it.
  • Then he tried to back out, citing bot issues, but Twitter sued him to enforce the agreement.
  • Musk blinked weeks ahead of a trial, and said he would buy Twitter.

Now What?

So begins Musk’s attempt to, in his words, “help humanity” by trying to turn Twitter into a “common digital town square.”

We know that Musk has ultra-ambitious goals for the company: 5x Twitter’s revenue by 2028, supercharge the subscriptions business, and turn Twitter into a super app called “X.” But murkier is the path he intends to take to get there, and he’s already sending mixed signals about his intentions. And what about doctors and the healthcare industrial complex? Will it remain the same or change?


Back in early 2014 the first list of the “Top 100 Twitter Accounts For Healthcare Professionals To Follow” was born. Then, the biggest social media-related question to hurdle wasn’t, “Who should I be following on social media?” but rather, “Should I even be on social media at all?”

Many years later, it’s safe to say that social media has firmly established itself in the healthcare industry. By finding healthcare Twitter accounts that are related to your specialty, you can have access to the best information and always remain within the loop.

Top 100 Healthcare Twitter Accounts T...

But, with the Elon Musk takeover of Twitter, the medicine and healthcare accounts available may change, remain static or grow, and finding the most valuable medical accounts to follow has become more challenging than ever.


Today, the question truly is, “Who should I be following?” Thankfully, you have been covered since 2020.

HERE: https://emedcert.com/blog/top-healthcare-twitter-accounts-to-follow

Now, colleagues should follow the rest of the Musk story in 2022 and beyond.



Thank You


ORDER: https://www.routledge.com/Comprehensive-Financial-Planning-Strategies-for-Doctors-and-Advisors-Best/Marcinko-Hetico/p/book/9781482240283


ORDER: https://www.amazon.com/Dictionary-Health-Information-Technology-Security/dp/0826149952/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254413315&sr=1-5


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