The WebMD app includes something for everyone. But is it trying to do too much?
Tag: drug information
The app does not provide comprehensive information or any sense of references used.
Epocrates continues to hold its place as a must-have drug info app for healthcare providers or students.
One of the best features of MPR is the clinical charts organized according to disorder. Find out if this should be your go to drug reference.
Mercer University School of Pharmacy has released one of the first drug and clinical reference on call based on their information center.
The creation of an opioid conversion app faces multiple hindrances, including information and design functionality for utilization.
Yesterday many noticed that when they went to look up drug information they were unable to do so via their Micromedex Drug Information app on the iOS platform. Those on Android did not notice anything and this will probably be news to them. In any event, it appears that the issue of the app requesting […]
Micromedex Drug Interaction app is a straightforward mobile reference for healthcare practitioners working with medications on a daily basis. This app can help identify and manage potential issues that may come up in daily practice. The app is easy to use.
By: Timothy Aungst, PharmD. Instructional App Utilization Review Introduction: Micromedex currently has a series of mobile applications available on several mobile devices. Their Drug Information app is currently free for all users. However, several additional apps they have available require an annual subscription ($9.99/year). These apps can also be accessed via an institutional subscription though […]
As a part of Google’s continuing effort to improve their search, they have added medications to the Knowledge Graph.
The patient.co.uk app uses the same information leaflets that your doctor gives out during consultations to help you find out more about your medical condition and treatment options.