By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.
With its regular news updates, information on drugs and diseases, quizzes, conference overviews, and educational courses, Medscape, which just turned 20 years old, strives to be a kind of one-stop shop for medical professionals (and consumers). It appears to be succeeding.
Producing dozens of news stories a day, it is, according to SimilarWeb, the #2 ranked health and medicine website.
Easily the largest provider of continuing medical education credits (CME’s) globally, Medscape is, with its active user base of 725,000 MD’s and 1,700,000 nurses, the place to go for healthcare providers to get their CME credits. Its CME courses are accredited by three separate accrediting organizations.
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