LONDON, March 11, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 100,000 practitioners now have access to Best Practice, the latest product from the BMJ Evidence Centre, which provides information for healthcare professionals at the point of care. It has been adopted by over 250 institutions in 25 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
Users range from individual clinicians to national health libraries, medical associations, health care consortia, hospitals and GP practices. Leading adopters include the Australian Medical Association (Western Australia) and the Norwegian Electronic Health Library, Helsebiblioteket.
Mr Kjell Tjensvoll, Consortia Manager from the Helsebiblioteket in Norway said:
"Best Practice came out as the best product according to the decision criteria in our tender procedure. The criteria were designed to measure technical specifications, quality, usability, relevance and availability in addition to pricing. Our ambition is to present Best Practice as one of the core reference tools for Norwegian physicians in the years to come."
The President of the Australian Medical Association (Western Australia) said:
"Our members need quick access to reliable up-to-date information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions. Best Practice is a major advance in meeting this requirement through delivering authoritative information at the point of care."
Best Practice brings together the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion into one simple service which provides trustworthy information structured around the patient consultation, covering diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention.
Dr Rubin Minhas, Clinical Director of The BMJ Evidence centre said:
"Already Best Practice is being seen as a major advance in meeting the day to day needs of busy clinicians through delivering authoritative information at the point of care"
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