Doximity, the medical network for U.S. physicians, announced it has doubled their user base in one year reaching 35% of all U.S. physicians with 250,000 members and counting.
With 250,000 members, Doximity has now outgrown such esteemed companies and organizations as Epocrates, Epic, and the American Medical Association – and established itself as the nation’s leading medical collaborative.
Medicine’s master Rolodex
- exchange HIPAA-secure faxes from their phone or tablet
- quickly look up any other healthcare provider in the U.S.
- get updates on latest news and journal articles
- get updates on compensation trends in your specialty and geography
In addition to reaching 35% of practicing U.S. physicians, Doximity achieved a number of other milestones in 2013:
- 10,000+ physician-to-physician messages sent daily
- 50+ third-party sites using Doximity’s login API
- 200+ paying clients on Doximity TalentFinder platform
- 70,000+ consulting and career offers made to physicians
During the past year, the network has also announced marquee partnerships with the Cleveland Clinic and U.S. News & World Report. Doximity attributes its growing healthcare clout to a remarkably accomplished user base. “We have assembled a veritable dream team of American physicians,” said Tangney. “Collectively they have authored more than a million peer-reviewed publications, have received 120,000 NIH grants, and include 200 inductees into the Institute of Medicine.”