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of U.S. physicians recently surveyed by John Hopkins Medicine prefer to receive information digitally
How Do Physicians Want to Receive Information? We Asked Them. Retrieved
What Physicians Are Saying
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
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
'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
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
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
“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
Doximity In the News
The Last Word Interview with Doximity's Vice President, Dr. Amit Phull and New York Times writer, Nicholas Kristof
Doximity launched a new telehealth app to allow physicians to launch a HIPAA-compliant video call with patients.
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