Do you read news on a smartphone?

If so, there is a version of the American Medical News site that is optimized for your device. Bookmark it today.

Posted Feb. 6, 2012.

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Every week, a substantial portion of Web traffic to the new issue of American Medical News online comes from people using mobile devices.

We know that physicians are among the most enthusiastic adopters of mobile technology. If you're one of them, here is an address you should bookmark on your phone: link.

Our mobile edition brings you our news and columns in a well-organized and fast-loading package that's optimized for your device. Mobile has the full text of stories, including tables and charts. And articles provide the tools you need for easy sharing with friends and colleagues in your social network.

Mobile amednews contains the last three years of content, with a mobile-specific search as well as a handy one-click list of key topics.

And to make sure that you always have one-click access to the latest mobile content, sign up for the mobile email alert and get the links delivered directly to your mailbox. Or if you prefer, subscribe to our mobile RSS feed.

There's nothing to download, and it's all free.

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