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SeamlessMD CEO named as 1 of 16 doctors who made 2016 better for physician-led innovation

November 12, 2016
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The Canadian Medical Association, Canada’s national membership association of over 83,000 physicians, has recognized SeamlessMD CEO, Dr. Joshua Liu, as 1 of 16 doctors who made 2016 better for physician-led innovation.These 16 physicians were selected for their contributions to changing the landscape of physician-led innovation in Canada.The full list of recognized physicians can be found here.

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SeamlessMD CEO named as 1 of 16 doctors who made 2016 better for physician-led innovation

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November 12, 2016

The Canadian Medical Association, Canada’s national membership association of over 83,000 physicians, has recognized SeamlessMD CEO, Dr. Joshua Liu, as 1 of 16 doctors who made 2016 better for physician-led innovation.These 16 physicians were selected for their contributions to changing the landscape of physician-led innovation in Canada.The full list of recognized physicians can be found here.

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