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60%

of U.S. physicians recently surveyed by John Hopkins Medicine prefer to receive information digitally

Source: (Haldeman, Dalal. (2017, August 11).
How Do Physicians Want to Receive Information? We Asked Them. Retrieved

What Physicians Are Saying


Save Lives

Tipu Khan, MD

I consulted a pediatric physician on Doximity about a mysterious rash. Instead of waiting weeks for a referral, the patient had a plan that day!Tipu Khan, MD · Founding Medical Director and Board President, Shifa Clinic of Orange County

Save Time

John Luo, MD

Using my Doximity fax line, I was able to to get my patient her medications urgently, from outside of the country, without ever picking up the phone.John Luo, MD · Senior Physician Informaticist and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at UCLA

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Bruno Granwehr, MD

'Looking up articles in DocNews on various topics has made medical literature on the move much easier.”Bruno Granwehr, MD · Associate Professor, Univ. of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Infectious Diseases

J Michael Hitt, MD

One of my patients was bitten by a Macaque monkey, which is infected with a virus that can produce a lethal encephalitis in humans. Worldwide, there are only a dozen or so experts on this zoonosis, but Doximity allowed me to quickly contact authors of key publications that present information critical to treating this disease. The patient did fine - so did the monkey. Doximity provided me with easy access to experts!J Michael Hitt, MD · Medical Director of Employee Health, University of Arizona Health Network

Anand Allam, MD, MS

We were looking for a very specific neurosurgeon in an unfamiliar part of town. After a few guesses, I was able to find the contact faster than on google or any search!Anand Allam, MD, MS · Medical Director of Inpatient Rehabilitation, Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital

Aparajita Singh, MD

“I was struggling with a complex patient with a very rare condition -- sclerosing mesenteritis. I easily found an article on Doximity authored on that topic by an expert and was able to contact the author. He told me about a medicine that he was trying out on his patient and it just all worked out. Thanks Doximity!”Aparajita Singh, MD · Asst. Prof of Gastroenterology University of California San Francisco

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