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Health Systems, Hospitals and Universities Nationwide Chose Epocrates in 2009 for Trusted Point-of-Care Clinical Information
Date:1/26/2010

wa and Nebraska plus dozens of clinics, will use Epocrates Online Premium throughout the system in conjunction with their electronic medical record system for the next three years.
  • Florida State University College of Medicine – Dedicated to preparing physicians for the 21st century, this university has been providing Epocrates online software to students for 5 years and is committed through 2013. Mobile technology is integrated in the medical students' training with access to Epocrates Essentials premium software for use in real-world scenarios.
  • Group Health Cooperative – This consumer-governed, nonprofit healthcare system based in Seattle, Wash., inked a three-year deal to provide all clinicians with access to Epocrates Online Premium. Group Health provides care for more than 600,000 patients in Washington and Idaho annually.
  • Pacific Medical Centers – A client for nearly four years, the Centers offers more than 140 providers at nine locations in the Seattle region with access to Epocrates Online Premium for support during patient visits.

  • "While Epocrates remains a popular choice among individual clinicians, an increasing number of institutions have made Epocrates a key element of their clinical IT strategy," said Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge, chief medical officer and executive vice president of product development at Epocrates. "Medical professionals have come to rely on and expect integrated mobile technology as part of their workflow. Now, as hospitals and clinics make mobile devices, tablets and laptops standard equipment, decision makers know they must load those with
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