"My-own-website" is of no use... "My-own-website" sounds so "1.0", because... duh, we've entered the 2.0 era - please read Eric Topol MD's book "The Creative Destruction of Medicine", hashtag on Twitter:
We don't need lonesome cow-boys on the web anymore, we need pit crews! Entrenched medicine era is (or should be) over! Why?? The answer is plain and simple (and a compelling mantra as a same time):
Anticipating the $100 genome era + the P4 medicine Revolution. Predictive Personalized Preventive Participatory. From Reactive to Proactive Medicine.
Instead of creating "your own 1.0 website", you should update your LinkedIn page, take part to existing group conversations on LinkedIn, and/or initiate a new one. The hospital or the clinic or the company you work for have to promote you: they have to endorse your skills on your LinkedIn page (and your patients can do that too!).
As an example, may I suggest you take a look at Paul Sonnier's LinkedIn group "Digital Health". I think you can learn a lot in very little time re communication on this page. It is fueled with exciting news, insightful comments and discussions on a regular basis... Paul keeps the line alive... This is what you want to achieve - instead of creating a never-changing "website", with no updates at all or hardly any.
Plus everything's happening on Twitter now... You have to have a Twitter handle (account).
You should update your Twitter account and use (or create) hashtags, each time you send a message on Twitter.
Here are just a few hashtag ideas - these already exist, and I'm sure you'll find plenty of other hashtags to use... you'll even get to create some...
The healthcare system itself is being redesigned (reloaded) on Twitter! Looking for a job in healthcare? If you wanna make it happen, you'd better be very active (proactive) on Twitter...