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MDCalc may be the most broadly used medical reference in the U.S.

A recent EB Medicine survey found that MDCalc is now used weekly by 65% of U.S. attending physicians

Graph from Medgadget article, data from EB Medicine survey

A recent EB Medicine survey found that MDCalc is now used weekly by 65% of U.S. attending physicians and nearly 80% of U.S. residents. Medgadget explored the EB Medicine survey data in an interview with the three physicians, discussing the growth of medical calculators and clinical decision support.

We followed up with Dr. Joseph Habboushe, Co-founder of MDCalc, and asked him how providers can manage and stay up-to-date with the continually growing volume of evidence-based resources. His answer was simple; "use the best EBM references, like EB Medicine and MDCalc." He goes on to explain one feature that has made MDCalc particularly popular, advanced search:

Much of this growth can be attributed to MDCalc’s discovery tool (patent pending), which allows docs to find scores they didn't even know the name of.

Providers, looking for consistent treatment, and payers -- for ways to track "value," are hungry for quantitative EBM (evidence-based medicine). With EB Medicine being on the front lines of the evidence-based research.

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