What is Doximity?
Doximity is the largest professional medical network for U.S. healthcare professionals, with more than 80% of US doctors and 50% of all NPs and physician assistants as members. Clinicians can use Doximity on their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Android device or computer to securely connect and collaborate with other healthcare professionals about patient treatment, identify appropriate experts for patient referrals, and manage their careers. See how healthcare professionals are using Doximity.
The Last Word Interview with Doximity's Vice President, Dr. Amit Phull and New York Times writer, Nicholas Kristof
Doximity launched a new telehealth app to allow physicians to launch a HIPAA-compliant video call with patients.
In order to better understand how physicians prefer to engage with medical news and educational information, Doximity surveyed over 600 physicians across five specialties. Findings show that the vast majority of physicians surveyed are interested in learning about new research, treatments and trials that can help improve patient outcomes, but most are overwhelmed by the amount of information to keep up with.
Doximity's second telemedicine report found that over 45% of physicians with Medicare telemedicine claims were Doximity Dialer users. In a survey of 2,000 patients, over 73% plan to receive care through telemedicine after the pandemic.
Doximity's fifth annual Physician Compensation Report includes data from over 160,000 U.S. physician surveys over the last five years. Our study found a 3.8% compensation increase for physicians in 2021 compared to 2020. This year we studied retirement trends and found an increase in physician retirement at the start of the pandemic. Overall, 1 in 5 physicians report they have considered early retirement due to COVID-related overwork.
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