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Physicians' Growing Demand for Point-of-Care Resources Spawns iPointOfCare From Top Continuing Medical Education Provider; DIME
Date:5/31/2011

CHICAGO, May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DIME announces iPointOfCare, a simple, direct, web-based browser that is designed to deliver targeted, relevant content to busy clinicians.

Internet point-of-care research is steadily on the rise among physicians. Currently over 86 percent of physicians now gather health, medical, and prescription drug information online, according to a recent study.  DIME's iPointOfCare website is poised to become the premier web-based continuing medical education resource for time-limited physicians.  

Leveraging the expertise of leading professionals, the iPointOfCare portal is a key leader in offering concise, on-demand educational resources for a variety of crucial therapeutic areas.  These educational resources can be researched while also providing CME credit to the physician.  The platform's clean and clutter-free design allows for ease of access to content for improved overall care for patients throughout the course of their treatment.  

iPointOfCare integrates across all browsers and devices and is optimized for the mobile environment, making it even more accessible to physicians seeking point-of-care information or CME credit.  Visit on the web at http://www.ipointofcare.org.

DIME is an independent healthcare continuing education provider with 17 years of experience.  Based in Chicago, the company serves physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals across the US through a variety of educational formats.  DIME is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing m
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