Now live in 5,000 doctors’ waiting rooms, dailyRx TV broadcasts breaking physician- and pharmacist-approved health news for patients. dailyRx TV publishes original segments covering research-based news on a wide range of health topics and conditions, including treatments, medications and healthy living tips.
Our patient-centric news translates medical jargon into simple language the average patient can understand and use to make more informed health decisions
The dailyRx Minute recaps news articles in just under 60 seconds and is embedded into every article published.
All you need to access dailyRx TV is a mobile device with a screen — like mobile and tablet devices, computers and IP-based TV screens — and an Internet connection.
dailyRx TV videos are sorted by health condition and syndicated to health care professionals in our growing network of affiliates. If you are interested in becoming a dailyRx network affiliate, please contact us at [email protected].
Health Care Consumers Want Digital Media
- 800+ million unique users visit YouTube each month (Google).
- 20 percent of YouTube views come from mobile devices (Google).
- 90 percent of the online population will regularly watch online videos by 2017 (Forrester).
- 52 percent of smartphone owners take in health information on their phones (Pew).
- 183 million unique US Internet users watched more than 37 billion online videos in October of 2012 (COMSCORE).
- The national average wait time to see a physician is 20 minutes, 16 seconds (Vitals).
Future dailyRx TV programming will include special reports and interviews with dailyRx’s network of health care professionals. If you’d like to advertise on dailyRx TV, please contact us at [email protected].
Forrester, "Ninety Percent Of The Online Population Will Regularly Watch Online Video By 2017"
comScore Data Mine, "Mobile Phones and Tablets Now Account for 1 in 8 U.S. Internet Page Views"
Pew, "Mobile Health 2012"
comScore, "comScore Releases October 2012 U.S. Online Video Rankings"
Vitals, "Shortest Average Wait Time for Doctors in Major Cities Increased One Minute Year Over Year"