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Sermo: Social Network for Physicians

We are a practicing community of more than 70,000 physicians who exchange clinical insights, observations, and review cases in real time — all the time.

Welcome to Sermo, the fastest-growing community created
by physicians, for physicians.

Here, physicians aggregate observations from their daily practice and then - rapidly and in large numbers - challenge or corroborate each others opinions, accelerating the emergence of trends and new insights on medications, devices and treatments. You can then apply the collective knowledge to achieve better outcomes for your patients.
Sermo Physician Community
Exchange observations and knowledge - in real time.


Gain insights from colleagues as they happen instead of waiting to read about them through conventional sources; discuss your new clinical findings, report unusual events, and work together to dramatically impact patient care.

On Sermo, there is no cost to physicians to participate. In fact, Sermo also enables physicians to be financially rewarded for their astute observations and clinical insights. The source of the rewards is financial institutions who access a stream of fresh and actionable information on emerging trends and market-changing events in healthcare. A cash reserve is set-aside to compensate physicians for observations that are deemed highly relevant and valuable.

Our patent-pending technology is the first and only technology to authenticate and credential physicians in real-time. Sermo authenticates each physician when they register. This technology is the key to strictly maintaining a community exclusively for physicians and dramatically improving patient care.


Start posting and voting, and see what physicians around the country are thinking.

Navigating your way around Sermo is easy. The postings, created by physicians nationwide, represent the frontlines of medicine. When you want to share a medical observation, you create a posting. If you want to provide feedback on a posting, you vote. And if you want to add to the discussion, you do so in the comments sections.

What's your doc thinking?

Web site offers clues.Social networking site allows
doctors to share advice and vent.
Read the Full Article

Doctors Unite on Sermo
Over 5,000 members have
already signed the Open Letter
from America's Physicians!
Read the Press Release

Whether you're a clinical investigator or a physician interested in clinical trials,
Sermo can simplify the process of participating.
Find out how to get involved in clinical trials

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