Presenter Launches Physician Opinion Poll, China’s First Web Pollster Dedicated to Physicians

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Trade associations in China are usually dormant in representing members’ interests; Chinese physicians are in need of a platform to voice their concerns and to express their opinions. Physician Opinion Poll is the nation's first web pollster dedicated to exploring the issues confronting physicians on a daily basis.

Presenter, Inc. today announced the launch of an opinion pollster which aims to empower physicians by expressing their collective opinions and making their voices heard. The Physician Opinion Poll, exclusive for practicing physicians in China, is an online community dedicated to exploring the issues confronting physicians on a daily basis. Member physicians who wish to pursue certain social agenda can lead peer discussions through posting polls, collecting votes, and fostering discussions. The platform is also intended for medicine discussions, featuring tools and sample poll questions designed for knowledge sharing and work group collaboration.

A portion of physicians in China have only limited access to peer discussions and society meetings. For those physicians, Physician Opinion Poll is an ideal place to apprehend the prevailing clinical practice and opinions. Member physicians can ask and answer questions of each other, build consensus around the latest medical trends, and exchange insights about drugs, devices and treatment options. While science publication remains a solid reference source, the peer poll results may supplement formal publications, providing valuable guidelines for those physicians who lack the access to up-to-date publications and do not have the benefit of peer opinion exchange.

Physician Opinion Poll is also a social network--member physicians advise each others on emerging challenges associated with medical practice. Physicians in China are burdened by increasing case loads, complex regulations, and hostile physician-patient relationships. Since the official associations for Chinese physicians are dormant in addressing these issues, Physician Opinion Poll provides a much needed forum to explore and exchange discussion on these subject matters.

“Physician Opinion Poll shows how new technologies can make a direct impact on the practice of medicine,” said CEO of Presenter, Inc., Eric Chen. “We’ve established an entirely new information exchange never before possible that is empowering physicians and giving them a collective voice they’ve never had.”

Physician Opinion Poll is free to physicians and has no advertising or promotion. Based on a system of information arbitrage, Physician Opinion Poll allows healthcare organizations, advertising agency firms and industry analysts to access the community’s collective opinion on a subscription basis. For more information, visit http://www.i519.org

About the Presenter, Inc.:
Presenter, Inc., founded in 2001 in Beijing, China, is dedicated to the development of Internet and mobile computing technologies for business and professional communications, with an emphasis on the pharmaceutical industry.

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