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More – Social Network for Doctors

  • September 8, 2007

Sermo.comSermo, (Latin for conversation) is a closed social network for licensed physicians. Unlike most networks, Sermo doesn’t operate by the ‘getting to know you’ protocols found on many business/corporate social networks.

Rather, the aim of this site is to provide a platform for intelligent conversation, consultations, collaboration, and problem solving. Doctors aren’t required to use their real names, however their credentials are authenticated each time they sign in to ensure that only real MD’s have access. Conversations are open to the Sermo community at large. Doctors are encouraged to ask questions, monitor physician observations, post comments, vote on answers, and exchange medical experiences. Doctors who author posts that are seen as valuable by Sermo clients have the opportunity to make money as well. Currently, the site is only open to physicians licensed to practice in the States.

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