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MDs + Social Media. What do we want and why?

Blog by Bryan Vartabedian MD.

This week on #hcldr we are excited to have a healthcare social media star as a guest – Bryan Vartabedian, MD (aka… 1,071 more words

Healthcare Leadership

Why Big Health Insurance is pouring money into startups

One effect of the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare? A spike in venture interest in health care startups. Digital health care companies raised $2.3 billion in the first half of 2014, which surpasses the total raised in all of 2013, according… 717 more words


One-third of U.S. doctors likely to buy Apple's iPhone 6/Plus by Thanksgiving

”‘Doctors love their iPhones,’” says Dr. Nate Gross, the co-founder of Doximity. (Doximity’s essentially a LinkedIn for doctors.) ‘We’ve seen them take screenshots of their favorite iPhone apps, like medical calculators, to share and compare,’ Dan Diamond reports for Forbes. 198 more words


Why Every Doctor Should Be Using Doximity

–By Dr. David W. Hall, M.D.

Doximity is an online social networking service for U.S. physicians. It was launched in 2011, and as of January of this year it had 295,000 verified physician members. 496 more words

Fishers Indiana Urology

Figure 1 helps doctors, puts the rest of us off our lunch

When Andrew Kesselman has some down time during the day, he scrolls through what might be the world’s weirdest social network: Figure 1, the Instagram for doctors. 698 more words


Daily Funding Report

Apigee, Doximity, Tidemark and Sprinklr are covered in The Daily Funding Report – VB


"Instagram For Doctors" App Figure 1 Updates With New Features

Figure 1, the photo and information sharing service for the medical profession, is taking the next step in its evolution to become an image-based social network for physicians. 510 more words