July 26, 2016 — Phoenix, AZ — PEPID, a leading global provider of clinical medical support, announced the release of PEPID for Windows. The new cutting edge application provides PEPID users clinical decision support at the patient point of care on all devices running Windows 8 or 10, without needing to be connected to the internet during use. This improvement greatly increases accessibility to PEPID’s vast clinical and drug information resources for healthcare professionals.
“PEPID continues to provide medical professionals access to the critical support they need, wherever, whenever, and however they need it.”
PEPID for Windows provides immediate access to peer-reviewed medical and drug content assisting diagnosis, and treatment at the patient point of care. PEPID for Windows supports clinical specialty information for Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Primary Medicine, Ambulatory Care, Pharmacy, Nursing, Education, and more. In addition, PEPID provides clinicians the ability to immediately earn American Medical Association certified Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits while actually treating patients.
“For decades our product has improved patient outcomes,” said John Wagner, President at PEPID, LLC. “PEPID continues to provide medical professionals access to the critical support they need, wherever, whenever, and however they need it.”
PEPID’s knowledgebase is used in 159 countries by physicians, nurses, students and educators throughout hundreds of institutions, including physicians at the White House. The release of PEPID for Windows provides support around the globe in hospitals, military, search and rescue, humanitarian emergencies, and disaster situations.
“We utilized the Universal Windows Platform framework,” said W. Edward Reynolds, Chief Technology Officer at PEPID, “providing consistency across all Windows platforms with a seamless transition when moving from one device to another.” In addition, healthcare institutions can now use PEPID for sharing protocols and formularies on specific clinical conditions and drug treatment. All Clinicians will now have the ability to view hundreds of videos demonstrating clinical procedures and physical examination.
For more than 20 years, PEPID has been a leading global developer of clinical and drug information resources and mobile applications for healthcare providers and institutions. Their trusted, validated content and intuitive workflow provide clinicians peer-reviewed medical and drug content to support diagnosis, and treatment at the patient-point-of-care. It’s accessed individually or integrated into any healthcare system achieving all stages of meaningful use while providing team members more informed decisions at the patient-point-of-care.
To find out more, go to www.pepid.com/windows.