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All-New Sermo Brings Major Enhancements to Nation's Largest Online Physician Community
Date:7/14/2010

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Sermo (http://www.sermo.com), the largest online physician community, today introduced the all-new Sermo with a completely redesigned look and feel and top-to-bottom improvements to how physicians find relevant content, track topics of interest, and participate in discussions with colleagues. More than a year in development, the new Sermo incorporates feedback from thousands of physicians across different specialties and is built on a new platform that lays the foundation for Sermo's next phase of growth.

"For nearly four years, our mission has been the same: Connect and empower physicians to improve patient care," said Founder and CEO Daniel Palestrant, MD. "The new Sermo reflects years of experience and the combined efforts of tens of thousands of physicians working with Sermo to create a new standard for peer-to-peer collaboration and patient care."

To date, physicians on Sermo have driven over 50,000 posts, 1 million comments and nearly 4 million votes. The new Sermo offers enhancements across all areas of the community, including:

  • A clean, modern user interface with a new look and better organization of content.
  • Powerful tools for searching posts and comments with advanced filtering by date, specialty, and category.
  • Real-time activity updates about topics of interest, personalized for each physician member.
  • Quick navigation links to key content areas such as earning opportunities and practice management discussions.
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