New Web Community, iMedExchange, Champions and Rallies Providers
SEATTLE, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/ --
-- Physicians across the country are stepping forward to voice their
concerns and interests to the 2008 presidential candidates via an
initiative led by iMedExchange, an online physician community.
-- The initiative is enabling U.S. licensed and accredited physicians to
publicize their questions via individual web-based videos. Experts from
a wide range of medical specialties and locations are participating.
Candidates are requested to submit video-based responses to the
community web site.
-- The ongoing effort is aimed at deepening and broadening the campaign
dialog as well as building greater public awareness about physician
iMedExchange Facts and Messages
-- iMedExchange, Inc. announced the initiative today, 9/12/2007
emphasizing the importance of involving providers in the presidential
debates and the broader national dialog on healthcare.
"The national discussion on healthcare must include the caretakers of our system. This project helps make that essential connection, one of many we intend to deliver to the community."
-- Tobin Arthur, CEO, iMedExchange
-- iMedExchange is a private online community for physicians. Currently in
beta, it is designed to foster professional and personal connections,
increase productivity within the practice and deliver career and
-- The active and growing community already includes providers from over
20 states, e.g., Washington, California, Missouri, and New York, with
representation across a wide range of medical specialties, e.g., family
and emergency medicine, cardiology, pediatrics, immunology, OB/GYN.
-- Founded in 2007, the company is based in Seattle and comprises
technology, business and health care experts.
-- For more information visit the site: http://www.iMedExchange. com and blog:
"This effort to support us and our patients is immediately helpful and relevant. And, I believe it is representative of the value and community that iMedExchange will continue to bring physicians nationwide."
-- Jeff Atkins, M.D., Missouri
"This initiative is not only giving physicians a valuable opportunity to speak directly to the candidates, but allowing the candidates to see the real faces and hear the real voices behind the issues that concern us."
-- Kevin Fujinaga, M.D., Washington
2008 U.S. Presidential Candidate Campaign offices only, to provide official responses, please email: campaign08@iMedExchange.com
|SOURCE iMedExchange, Inc.|
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