Manasquan, N.J. -- More than one-third of today's online healthcare executives visit between 10 and 19 healthcare-related Web sites in an average work week, according to the results from The Managed Care Information Center's (MCIC) newest report, "Healthcare and the Internet: Current Trends in Online Information Gathering."
The report features the results from MCIC's Online Information Seekers Opinion Poll, which was located at MCIC's Web site (www.themcic.com) during the month of May.
"There is no doubt the rapid growth in healthcare-related Web sites has changed, and continues to change the way today's healthcare executives communicate with one another, share information, accomplish job-related tasks and educate themselves," said Joseph Schmidt, survey coordinator and author of the report. "We conducted this survey to help online information providers better understand the audiences they are trying to reach, as well as to help healthcare executives benchmark their own opinions and behaviors against other professionals in their industry."
Complete copies of "Healthcare and the Internet: Current Trends in Online Information Gathering" are available in print from MCIC for $45. The report contains charts, graphs and tables highlighting the survey's findings, as well as a list of respondents' favorite healthcare-related Web sites.
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