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Publications | Publisher of Verified Doctor Reviews & Educational Resources In the February 2014 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, the results of a multiple year study were revealed. The study sought information on what is important to prospective patients when searching for a new doctor. Among the obvious answers were things such as whether or not the doctor would accept the patient’s healthcare coverage as well as the convenience of the location, but there was also a new trend: the way doctors are perceived online has an impact. Nearly 60% of those surveyed stated that a physician’s ratings online were either somewhat important (40%) or very important (19%). That means that to almost 20% of the population, online reviews are critical in deciding whether or not you should be someone’s physician. Print Email