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Using Social Media To Engage Patients And Serve Clients

Executive Summary

HashtagHealth builds social media campaigns informed by sophisticated social listening, a focus on specific patient needs and a measurable return on investment for clients. 2021 Rising Leader Brittany Latson, a HashtagHealth co-founder, has leveraged her unique career experiences – at Disney, CVS, and advertising agencies large and small – to create a business that reflects her own values and priorities. 

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