Artículo

El rol de las redes sociales en la comunicación de marca de los hospitales españoles

Pablo Medina Aguerrebere

Resumen


Las redes sociales se han convertido en una herramienta de comunicación institucional muy potente para la creación de marcas reputadas. Por eso, los hospitales apuestan cada vez más por dicha herramienta como método para mejorar las relaciones que establecen con los distintos stakeholders (pacientes, autoridades públicas, medios de comunicación, etc.). El objetivo de este artículo es reflexionar sobre el impacto de las redes sociales en la construcción de la marca hospitalaria. Para ello, se realiza una revisión bibliográfica sobre la comunicación institucional, la marca y las redes sociales; y, posteriormente, se analiza la comunicación en redes sociales de los 100 mejores hospitales de España. La principal conclusión del artículo es que los hospitales deben priorizar el trabajo multidisciplinar, la colaboración entre el Departamento de Comunicación y el Departamento de Gestión del Conocimiento, así como la formación del profesional de la salud en comunicación institucional.


Palabras clave


Hospital; comunicación institucional; marca; reputación; redes sociales; stakeholders

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