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Doximity Branches Into CME With Cleveland Clinic
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5/30/2013 | 2:29:11 AM
re: Doximity Branches Into CME With Cleveland Clinic
I agree with William Carey in that using this technology the right way provides the physicians an excellent opportunity to earn their education credits for CME. By facilitating the way they can get their credits by making it so readily available and encouraging discussion among physicians is ingenious. Having a network of physicians that are interconnected and communicate with each other is beneficial to the whole healthcare field.

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