Here at Doximity, we believe that when the whole care coordination team is connected, patient's benefit and the medical sector works better. We vision a future where medical communication is effortless, simple and secure because we want your job to be a tad less stressful.

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Every week, we share members stories internally on how clinicians have used Doximity in their day to day practice. This is what gets us up every morning.

"Doximity has a unique platform to connect all medical professionals, including medical students and physicians. During one of my rotations in New York, I needed to get in touch with a professional who was at a different institution about a patient he had treated in the past. Unfortunately, the contact information was not posted online. After calling the hospital and attempting to get the contact information for this physician, the administrative staff refused to provide this information over the phone. Ultimately, I was able to find this physician's profile on Doximity, which included his contact information and was able to communicate with him through this approach. The information we obtained did not change the management of this patient, but this example of having a network of professional contacts is a proof-of-concept of why this is critical for communication optimization towards the improvement of patient care."
-Steven He, MD

"I remember getting in a patient from an outside hospital to Emory who was fairly sick and need of immediate surgical attention. We scanned him to find multiple prior surgical procedures with surgically transformed anatomy. The dilemma was that we did not know any of his history or have any prior surgical or imaging records to determine what needed to be done. Prior to Doximity, I would have had to obtain paper consent, fax to multiple hospitals and doctors, and wait for them to eventually fax it over to a machine in the hospital. I have used the Doximity Fax/Mail feature religiously and in my opinion is the greatest feature for information exchange for physicians getting patients treated by multiple different providers with different medical record systems. Within a matter of 30 minutes, I was able to take a picture and fax the consent and electronically obtain records on my phone to review with the surgical team for immediate decision making."
-Amar Patel, MD

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