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PEPID Releases Newly Redesigned App for Android

Newly redesigned app boasts streamlined functionality & access to Continuing Medical Education Credits

August 16, 2016 — Phoenix, AZ — PEPID, a leading developer of clinical and drug information resources for point-of-care decision making, announces the release of its newly redesigned Android application. This marks the largest mobile release by PEPID for the Android platform since its initial application hit the market in 2010.

“PEPID continues to provide medical professionals access to the critical support they need, wherever, whenever, and however they need it.”

The new app offers an array of clinical decision support for healthcare professionals in a streamlined and intuitive way. It provides access to critical information such as disease profiles, medical conditions, treatment options, multi-drug interactions, dosing, and more. One of the highlighted features of the new release includes a cutting-edge tool which will allow physicians the ability to earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits at the point-of-care.

“We’ve completely redesigned our Android app with the healthcare professional’s workflow in mind,” said John Wagner, president of PEPID, LLC. “We compiled feedback from our Android users and have designed a brand new application to deliver our clinical information faster than ever before.”

The PEPID for Android app also comes with the addition of hundreds of reference videos for clinical procedures and physical examinations, as well as alerts that provide timely updates on topics such as new research, drug approvals, and black box warnings. Healthcare institutions can share customized hospital protocols internally to encourage consistency and reduce fragmented care. All of these exciting new features will help improve patient outcomes and reduce errors.

About PEPID

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/android.

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