The use of social media has exploded over the last few years. According to recent studies, nearly half of all Americans have a social media profile, and Facebook has surpassed Google as the most popular internet site. Healthcare-related information has become a highly researched topic on the internet. Patients look to places such as Angie’s List for recommendations about specific providers. Patient social network communities are also flourishing. Such communities enable patients to share their experiences about providers, treatments, products or procedures as well as to obtain general information about a specific diagnosis or condition. However, information found on the internet is not always accurate. Thus, the ability of providers to control the dissemination of healthcare information can be beneficial to the provider and patient alike.