We've passed our 30,000 user milestone! Article hero image

We've passed our 30,000 user milestone!

We’re excited about how far we’ve already come, and are looking forward to rolling out some new features in the next few months

Dec 03, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

Debate: Is Kaiser good for medicine? (Part 2) Article hero image

Debate: Is Kaiser good for medicine? (Part 2)

When it comes to issues of choice, namely the freedom to pursue an untried or very tailored treatment plan, there are significant compromises

Nov 25, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Essential tips for easy digital content searches Article hero image

Essential tips for easy digital content searches

With over 21 million citations, here are some shortcuts to navigate this abundance of information

Nov 18, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Cultivating a killer digital footprint: 6 tips for doctors Article hero image

Cultivating a killer digital footprint: 6 tips for doctors

Go to Google right now, type your name and see what comes up.

Nov 08, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Life is short, the art long. Why doctors love Apple. Article hero image

Life is short, the art long. Why doctors love Apple.

In this sense, Jobs was the ultimate physician. He healed our technology pains.

Nov 02, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

Could Siri be a game-changer for physicians? Article hero image

Could Siri be a game-changer for physicians?

Steve Jobs seems to have taken Arthur Clarke’s law to heart: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”

Oct 25, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

Debate: Is Kaiser good for medicine? (Part 1) Article hero image

Debate: Is Kaiser good for medicine? (Part 1)

With over 8.7 million health plan members and 167,178 employees, Kaiser is the biggest managed care organization in the country.

Oct 19, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

The business of practice: Are resumes the new roadmap? Article hero image

The business of practice: Are resumes the new roadmap?

New and evolving paradigms of healthcare provision have already led to some large-scale shifts—hospitals buying up private practices

Oct 04, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Facebook for physicians: a primer from Mayo Clinic's Lee Aase Article hero image

Facebook for physicians: a primer from Mayo Clinic's Lee Aase

The broader question is what can we say and where can we say it when we talk in a professional capacity about health

Oct 03, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

How doctors connect: mapping physician networks Article hero image

How doctors connect: mapping physician networks

This week, we’re sharing a tool we’ve put together that we think does that job especially well

Sep 20, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Is early hospital discharge worth it? Article hero image

Is early hospital discharge worth it?

Patients receiving hospitalist treatment initially experienced shorter stays and cost $282 less than those seen by primary care physicians.

Sep 13, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

Hail to the Chief: a demographic look at physician leaders Article hero image

Hail to the Chief: a demographic look at physician leaders

What goes into making a physician CEO?

Aug 24, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Paging Dr. Rainman: physicians and referral management Article hero image

Paging Dr. Rainman: physicians and referral management

Any doctor within the medical system is only one degree away from a primary care physician, and PCPs are often the first office visit a patient makes.

Aug 16, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More

Hospitals and PCPs: it's the referrals Article hero image

Hospitals and PCPs: it's the referrals

It’s well known that for most hospitals, taking on a new doctor translates into hefty costs. So why the hiring frenzy?

Aug 09, 2011 · Doximity Insider Read More

Physician Anonymity: No room for aliases Article hero image

Physician Anonymity: No room for aliases

There’s logic behind why the convention of anonymity has dominated healthcare forums for so long. Until now.

Jul 31, 2011 · Production Blog Author Read More