A leading global innovator of point-of-care technologies, PEPID has improved patient outcomes through technology and continues to raise the bar for how authoritative and accurate information is found and used by clinicians today. In the ever-evolving world of healthcare improvement legislation, PEPID has proven to be a vital resource to facilities in meeting their patient outcome and measurement objectives to ensure reimbursement. Schedule your one-on-one demonstration at HIMSS 2017 today by emailing email@example.com.
“What is the Diagnosis?”
Pinpoint diagnoses based on symptoms, lab results or assessments.
“What Do I Need to Know About This Condition?”
Specialized clinical resources — only available through PEPID
“How Do I Treat It?”
The most extensive drug database on the market, the PEPID drug database contains the entire AHFS, all the drugs in the National Drug Code, and thousands of alternative medicines. PEPID offers thousands of drug information monographs covering more than 200,000 drug products worldwide. We also offer varying levels of drug information detail, to support all clinicians.
“What's This Pill?”
Eliminate the guesswork and properly identify patient medications with the highest quality pill pictures. Patients or clinicians can easily identify medication by entering the pill color, shape or imprint.
“How Do I Engage the Patient?”
Clinical and drug handouts help guide patients in owning their own health, and increase patient autonomy, written in an easy-to-understand language.
“What's the Proper Dose?”
Pediatric, weight-based and BSA-based dosing calculators give you the confidence of accurate dosing, every time. PEPID's 3,000 dosing calculators also contain customizable alerts if a dosage falls outside the minimum or maximum range for any particular medication at a particular weight, age or body surface area.
“Are There Any Interactions?”
Promote patients safety with customized alerts for drug-drug interactions, drug-allergy interactions, drug-alternative medication interactions, OTC interactions and duplicate therapy.
“How Do I Deliver the Information to Where It's Needed?”
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