Thoughts from the CEO

Dear Colleagues,

The continued global launch of SERMO drives forth a decade old vision to expand our presence internationally. As the first global physician-exclusive social network, we are uniting more than 600,000 doctors across the globe.

And we are only getting started.

From the beginning, our mission has been to revolutionize real-world medicine. After the union of Worldone & Sermo brands, we centered around that mission and extended its scope through new capabilities and overseas expansion. Doctors no longer have to face grey or unclear cases alone. We are propelling the medical crowdsourcing movement forward with a channel for doctors to harness the collective wisdom, insights, and experiences of their peers.

Born from the coevolution of health and tech, medical crowdsourcing has disrupted the industry, transforming the appetite for virtual collaboration and improving patient care. The impact is apparent in SERMO’s US stats. Over the last year, close to 6,000 challenging patient cases were posted, viewed 700,000 times, and received 50,000 comments. Most got responses within 1.5 hours and were resolved within 24. As we continue to grow our global network, we can’t wait to see what happens when millions of doctors engage anytime, anywhere.

Our success is tied to our culture of collaboration as seen by the way we develop relationships and do business. Looking back on the past decade, I am honored and grateful to have partnered with everyone who has contributed to this immense milestone. To our dedicated and innovative employees, our clients who have grown with us and helped us evolve, and the SERMO physicians who have created a truly dynamic, game changing network.

It is magical and inspiring to be part of this mission and to watch it grow every day. I am proud of our accomplishments and look forward to the future as we continue to be the voice of doctors around the world and drive medicine relentlessly forward.

I invite you to share in our vision, tour our site, check out our blog, and if you’re a physician — join the SERMO community. Welcome.