Ozmosis is a new community, currently in private beta, created by physicians for physicians. Members have to be verified during the registration process.
According to their mission statement:
Ozmosis, an online Medical Knowledge Exchange, has been working with physicians to improve patient care since 2006. Ozmosis aggregates the collective wisdom and experience of its physicians and transforms individual insights into trusted knowledge for all its members, providing physicians a place where they can turn daily for trusted and reliable clinical, practice management and health policy information. Offered at no cost for verified physicians, Ozmosis accelerates learning and knowledge exchange across medicine and is dedicated to improving collaboration in healthcare.
Physicians can bookmark and post content – journal abstracts, medical cases, videos, podcasts, blog entries, and clinical studies – from anywhere on the web.
I’m going to try to contact the developers and founders to ask them some questions. I’d like to know, for example, why it’s better than or different from Sermo.com. Let me know if you would like to ask them questions.