Sunday, November 22, 2015

Treatment Scores on Social Media

Treatment Scores, Inc. has a simple idea. Let's make evidence-based medicine understandable for everyone. Let's put the main outcome measure that's important to the patient on the left side of our Treatment Score Calculator™ and let's put the side benefits and negative side effects on the right side of our Treatment Score Calculator™. So in the end, it looks something like this:

Main Statistic (Outcome) - Side Benefits
                                          - Side Effects

By using the tools at TreatmentScores.com, people can finally organize statistics from the medical literature, and can finally start to understand treatment effects by quantifying everything on the same scale. Treatment Scores are a way to simplify evidence-based medicine. At least one study shows that the majority of physicians do not understand the magnitude of treatment effects, which probably means that nearly 100% of patients do not understand treatment effects.
Source: http://www.cmaj.ca/content/early/2015/10/26/cmaj.150430

So how are Treatment Scores doing on social media?

Twitter:
https://Twitter.com/TreatmentScores
3,092 Followers

Facebook:
https://Facebook.com/TreatmentScores
1,724 Likes

Blog:
http://TreatmentScoresBlog.com
10,312 visitors. You should follow this blog by signing up with your email address in the upper right.

Website:
http://TreatmentScores.com
77 registered users




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