(June 1, 2004 – Chicago, IL) Dr. Mark Rosenbloom, founder and CEO of PEPID, the leader in portable point-of-care healthcare information, is published in the Spring 2004 Harvard Health Review Policy. PEPID, the premier in integrated medical databases for use on the PDA, provides medical software suites for most healthcare practitioners.

Titled “Personal Digital Assistants and the Reduction of Medical Error,” the article by Dr. Rosenbloom and Dr. Edith C. Ramsdell discusses the troubles that today’s physicians face in the ways of medical misunderstandings, and how to prevent them using a PDA medical reference application. The article lists the types of medical errors with examples and discusses how each can potentially be avoided with the use of a PDA point-of-care medical reference tool. It then goes on to list the different types of drug databases, medical databases, and medical calculation programs that are available and how they compare with each other. The authors cite evidence that use of fully-integrated, PDA-based medical software at the point of care reduces medical error and makes healthcare more efficient and effective.

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PEPID, a portable medical information database, is designed to assist in the reduction of medical errors and improve patient outcomes. It provides healthcare professionals access to current pharmacological and clinical information at the point-of-care via personal digital assistants (PDAs). PEPID was founded in 1994 by Dr. Mark Rosenbloom, a board-certified emergency physician at Northwestern University School of Medicine. PEPID covers medical and trauma topics as well as drug topics typically encountered in emergency and primary care settings.

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