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OpenMD.com Expands Leading Health Site Directory
Directory improves discoverability of high-quality medical information sources
NEW YORK, June 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenMD.com has expanded its directory of leading online health resources to more than 750 sites. The directory provides users with a curated guide to reputable sources of medical information.
Directory listings are organized across more than 30 categories, including medical journals, health news, online tools, student resources, and major medical specialties. Site selection is based on content quality, credibility, accessibility, and usability.
OpenMD.com also provides a number of guides to help users understand medical research, evaluate online sources, and make sense of the information they find online.
The newly-expanded directory advances OpenMD's mission to make high-quality medical information easily accessible to the public. It complements OpenMD's core search engine, which provides users with access to billions of documents from health organizations, medical journals, health publishers, and government agencies.
OpenMD.com Launches Health Search Engine
Search engine improves access to medical information from health organizations and leading publishers
NEW YORK – Feb 5, 2019 – OpenMD.com launches health search engine for patients and medical professionals, improving access to high-quality medical reference material.
OpenMD.com searches billions of documents from global health organizations, medical journals, health publishers, and government agencies, while filtering out commercial and user-generated content.
OpenMD.com prioritizes content from free and open access sources, helping searchers to avoid subscription paywalls that are commonplace in medical reference publishing.
Recognition and semantic categorization of thousands of medical concepts drives instant summary panels, including condition profiles, drug descriptions, and medical term definitions.
In addition to search, OpenMD’s directory allows users to browse a curated index of hundreds of health resources, representing the very best in online medical reference.
Today's beta launch is a first step in the creation of an independent search service that makes free medical information easily accessible to everyone.