Cincinnati—NetWellness®, the Internet consumer health information
site, has a new look called NetWellness 2000. "NetWellness 2000 has
been created because the web world moves at warp-speed," says Roger
Guard, chairman of the NetWellness Editorial Board. Along with the
redesign, NetWellness 2000 offers numerous new features.
nationally recognized Ask an Expert service, in which 200 health
professionals from the University of Cincinnati, Case Western Reserve
University, and The Ohio State University answer questions from
consumers, has been expanded. "The number of topics will soon top 40,
and it will continue to expand," says Stephen Marine, NetWellness
Program Director. "Our experts respond quickly to questions, normally
within two or three days, and they respond to ALL questions." The 1999 Best Doctors in America included 30 NetWellness Experts.
NetWellness 2000 also features links to nearly 1000 other health web sites, which NetWellness Experts have evaluated using the Criteria for Assessing the Quality of Health Information on the Internet
by the Health Summit Working Group. "Our university experts develop
state-of-the-art content. They also have evaluated thousands of web
sites, selecting only the very best for NetWellness to link to. Our
visitors can be assured they are getting reliable information," says
Susan Wentz, MD, NetWellness Director at Case Western Reserve
These changes don't stop with NetWellness 2000. New
content is added daily, and NetWellness listens to its visitors'
suggestions. "We're here to fill health information needs. We read
every feedback message, and we respond directly to each. Based on these
suggestions, we add new features and services continuously," says Susan
Kroll, NetWellness Director at The Ohio State University.
is dedicated to improving the health of Ohioans and people worldwide
through scientifically sound, high quality, and unbiased information.