Thursday, September 22, 2016

22 September 2016: Users by Country

Who uses  We used Google Analytics to track the country of origin of user sessions from January to August 2016.  The top 5 countries are US, India, UK, Canada and Australia.

The complete results for all countries with 1500+ user sessions are posted here.

22 September 2016: Textbook updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

21 September 2016: Visit us at CAP and take a Survey too

Please stop by to meet Dr. Pernick and other staff. We will be exhibiting at the CAP conference in the Wynn Hotel on September 25-27, Booth #217. We will be giving away a nice gift to the Pathologists who fill out a one page survey for us (while supplies last).

Monday, September 19, 2016

19 September 2016: New Management Article Posted

Last week, we posted another article on our Management Page. "Several Pathology Codes Could See Significant Cuts Under Proposed Medicare Fee Schedule" by Mick Raich, Vachette Pathology is now available for viewing. We expect to have another article posted within a couple of weeks.

19 September 2016: Textbook updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

Friday, September 9, 2016

9 September 2016: Are you getting our emails?

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9 September 2016: Traffic continues to increase

For August 2016, we had 490,000 total sessions, an all time high, as well as a record 15,806 sessions per day. Thanks again for your support.  Current / recent improvements are faster website access and reduction of downtime, increasing the frequency of topic updates, continued conversion to our new template format (we are 20-25% complete) and expanded oversight by Editorial Board members.