Shares of Doximity (NYSE: DOCS) fell 10% on Wednesday after the digital networking platform for medical professionals delivered an earnings report on Tuesday, and forecast a revenue range for its current fiscal quarter that was below Wall Street's expectations. In its fiscal 2022 fourth quarter, which ended on March 31, Doximity's revenue jumped 40% year over year to $93.7 million. "We're proud to now serve over 2 million U.S. healthcare professionals, including over 80% of U.S. physicians and over 50% of physician assistants and nurse practitioners," CEO Jeff Tangney said in the earnings press release.
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