SPOTLIGHT: Physicians fight use of anonymous web ratings


Physicians increasingly are getting used to the reality that patients are going to comment on their practice online. However, they're still not comfortable with anonymous comments that, AMA president-elect Nancy Nielsen notes, can damage a doctor's reputation without giving them an opportunity to address the complaint directly. However, sites like HealthGrades and Angie's List say that such comments still provide a valuable service. Article

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