= 14,000 Members = $500,000 Per Month

May 24, 2007 at 10:31 am Leave a comment is providing doctors with an online forum — a sort of virtual hospital cafeteria — to ask questions, state opinions or just vent.

Only instead of photos and links to friends and favorite bands, Sermo is more like a no-frills chat room for serious medical talk.

The new service is a recent example of how the Internet increasingly is helping to shape the nation’s health- care debate.

Doctors can use Sermo to trade observations or ask for advice on a tricky diagnosis. Physicians can even conduct quick opinion polls on topics such as the effectiveness of a new drug.


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