Online Learning Update

March 30, 2018

OnlineMedEd helping medical students prepare for future

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:01 am

By TIMOTHY BOONE, the Advocate

In just three years, Dr. Dustyn Williams has helped build OnLineMedEd to annual revenue of $3.5 million. Now, he’s looking to expand the mission of the company from training medical students to providing online courses in a range of fields. Williams, a physician at Baton Rouge General Medical Center who serves as a faculty member for the medical center’s internal medicine residency program, helped launch OnlineMedEd in 2014. The company offers medical education to about 75,000 unique email addresses each month. While the core videos are free, OnlineMedEd makes its money by selling “freemium” content, such as lessons that prepare students for medical residencies and continuing education classes. “Medical knowledge belongs to no one,” Williams said. “If you have an internet connection, you can get the fundamentals.”

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