Clinicians can now access Lexi-Comp handheld databases on smartphones and mobile devices with wireless connectivity.
Hudson, Ohio (PRWEB) October 30, 2008 --Lexi-Comp, Inc., a provider of clinical information for healthcare professionals, is pleased to announce the release of Lexi-Comp® MOBILE™, a new application that delivers Lexi-Comp's drug, disease, and formulary content on smartphones and handheld devices with wireless connectivity.
With Lexi-Comp MOBILE, users are able to view Lexi-Comp's continually updated content wirelessly, eliminating the need to download and synchronize new information. Designed to provide clinicians with efficient access to vital point-of-care tools, the application will work via cell or wifi connection on any web-enabled device with a compatible browser.
Lexi-Comp ON-HAND software is also available for Palm®, Pocket PC, and BlackBerry® devices. For information on databases and bundled packages available with Lexi-Comp MOBILE, visit Lexi-Comp's webstore. For device compatibility requirements, click here.
Lexi-Comp for the iPhone™ is currently in development, scheduled for a 4th Quarter 2008 release.
Lexi-Comp, Inc. provides clinical information solutions to the healthcare industry, publishing point-of-care content utilized in both in-patient and out-patient settings. These advanced resources help improve patient outcomes, medication safety, and workflow efficiency. Pharmacotherapy knowledge areas include drug information for adult, pediatric, and geriatric populations; medication interactions; laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures; pharmacogenomics; poisoning and toxicology; dentistry; infectious diseases; and patient education. Over 500,000 clinicians worldwide access Lexi-Comp's content via the Internet, mobile devices, and through integration with health information systems. An extensive library of print titles is also available.
To learn more about Lexi-Comp's clinical information solutions, call 800.837.5394, 330.650.6506, or visit www.lexi.com.
Heather Ciranna, Media Relations
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