Social Media Policy
UnityPoint Health Social Media Public Guidelines
- UnityPoint Health participates in social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Linked In, and blogs.
- When we post content that does not originate with UnityPoint Health, we will cite the source.
- Postings that include health tips are not intended to replace professional medical advice.
- We encourage your comments on our social media platforms. We expect comments to be written in a respectful manner. We will respond to comments, when appropriate.
- Posts dealing with individual medical cases that include protected health information will be deleted. We may respond to such comments privately. Comments that are off-topic, including those that include profanity or inappropriate language, will be promptly removed. Comments that solicit business or advertise a product or service not endorsed by UnityPoint Health will be removed.
- Duplicate posts or spam are not allowed and will be removed.
- Posts that include copyrighted material will be removed. Impersonating someone else is not allowed.
- By posting comments, posts or other material on our social media platforms, you give UnityPoint Health the right to use your submission for any purpose in any form and on any media.
- We friend/fan/follow people and organizations for professional, health-related purposes only.
- UnityPoint Health reserves the right to discontinue relationships with friends or followers who post inappropriately on our social media platforms.