Blog | Monday, December 1, 2008
Ever wonder what people are saying about you on the web?
A new investigation conducted by Slate provides some interesting insight into online physician-rating systems. You know, those things that pop up when you Google a doc and then ask you to "click and pay here" to get all the dirt on him or her. So what's it all worth? Nothing, according to the article. The sites provide almost no information and even less that is useful. But, if you're a doctor with some spare websurfing time on your hands, you might want to try fixing your stats just in case, the author suggests.