Medstro Digital Communities Platform
Specifically designed for medicine and healthcare organizations, societies, and non-profits;
Used by the American Medical Association & the New England Journal of Medicine
Easily organize your committee and section groups with advanced privacy settings.
Interactive voting in one technology platform.
Simple-to-use and advanced resource sharing and commenting.
Conference-grade panel discussions.
Interactive challenge/competition capabilities to enhance marketing and reach of traditional abstract & poster competitions.
Advanced jobs board with two-sided matching capabilities.
Rich resource/content presentation and management system.
Rich profiles gathering more data for you.
Automated and Personalized Communication with Users
Automated and customizable community tour for newcomers
Gamification with badging
Groups (Public, Private, Secret)
Import profile from LinkedIn
Invite friends/colleagues directly from your Gmail contacts
Making connections between members
Mobile responsive design
Permission configurable by role
Private Instant Messaging/Notifications
Rich profile and Curriculum vitae capabilities
Searchable member directory for members to find other members
Social Login supporting LinkedIn, Google, Twitter and Facebook
Targeted emailing through the platform
User-to-user file sharing
Increase loyalty by more deeply engage current members, especially members who expect digital connectivity.
Attract new members with an easily accessible presence and added member benefits.
Give more members a voice and investment in your organization’s activities.
Make accessible valuable resources that you’ve created, or allow members to share their own resources.
Streamline committee and sub-committee communications.
Generate new advertising and sponsorship opportunities for new and existing sponsors.
Gather and analyze smarter data about your community members and what their needs are.
The American Medical Association runs seven digital communities on the Medstro platform.
The AHA Committee on Clinical Leadership Forum is an online communities for current and past participants of the AHA Committee on Clinical Leadership. Members can discuss challenges and ideas, and stimulate learning and growth.
Launched in 2015, the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center Online Community supports and promotes innovation through conversation, collaboration, discussion, and online challenges.
The IPF Catalyst KOL Network is a private, online community specifically developed to provide a forum for Key Opinion Leaders in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.
The IPF Advocacy Network is a private, online community specifically developed to provide advocacy groups in the Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis space with a forum to share ideas and innovations.