Younger Docs More Likely to Recommend Web sites
A survey of female physicians found that younger doctors are more likely than their older colleagues to recommend Web sites to their patients, according to Manhattan Research.
According to the survey, 100% of respondents ages 35 or younger recommended Web sites to patients, compared with 72% of respondents ages 55 and older. Seventy-eight percent of respondents ages 35 to 54 said they recommended Web sites.
Female physicians also are 34% more likely than their male peers to recommend sites, according to the survey. Overall, 79% of female physicians recommended sites.