Updated: May 17, 2021
See who is already ahead of the social media game in the healthcare sector.
Three celebrity-level doctors show us how to communicate the good practice and science and touch the lives of millions of patients. Although reaching their height requires talent and devotion to social media, PHARMED can promise you to distinguish among your peers and do the same at a scale relevant to your personal needs and practice.
Dr. Mikhail Varshavski is a primary care physician at Chatham Family Medicine. He believes in preventive care and in educating individuals on how small lifestyle changes can make a big impact on quality of life as well as health outcomes.
Dr. Mike uses engaging visuals and clear language to dispel medical myths and educate patients. He has become a media sensation by spreading the good word about ethical and science based medical practice and has a combined audience of 10 million followers across Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.
His media presence has inspired millions and touched the lives of patients towards a healthy and balanced lifestyle following an all around approach that includes nutrition, sleep, exercise and positive attitude towards wellbeing.
Dr. Kevin Pho, one of the most influential physicians on Twitter with over 160 thousand followers. He is a keynote speaker and founder of KevinMD.com one of the most influential healthcare blogs today.
Dr. Pho is a practicing, board-certified internal medicine physician, a national media commentator, co-author of the book, Establishing, Managing, and Protecting Your Online Reputation: A Social Media Guide for Physicians and Medical Practices, and an acclaimed keynote speaker.
Joel Fuhrman, MD
A board-certified family physician, six-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing, who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional methods. He is the President of the Nutritional Research Foundation and on the faculty of Northern Arizona University, Health Sciences division. Dr. Fuhrman coined the term “Nutritarian” to describe a nutrient-dense eating style, designed to prevent cancer, slow aging, and extend lifespan.