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Elsevier is Expanding eClinical Solutions in Europe
Date:10/31/2008

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, October 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

- DoctorConsult in Germany Marks First of Several Localized Workflow Solutions That Improve Clinician Decision Making and Health Care Business Performance

With a deep understanding of healthcare workflow and more than a century of experience as a global medical publisher, Elsevier is increasing its efforts to provide interactive clinical reference and clinical decision support (CDS) tools to new markets in Europe. With the launch of DoctorConsult - the German language version of MD Consult ( http://www.doctorconsult.de) -- Elsevier becomes the first multi-lingual professional clinical reference product provider.

The customized products meet the cultural needs of users who do not speak English as a first language, and address specific medical practice needs within different countries. The internet-based products provide users with a full range of medical information covering a variety of clinical needs. In one integrated interface, users can access evidence-based immediately actionable 'quick answers' (i.e. Elsevier's FirstConsult) as well as background references such as books and full text journal articles suitable for more in depth research and education needs. Additional localized versions of MD Consult are in development for Italy, France and Spain.

The Consult suite of multilingual reference products is just one of several solutions being developed to meet local reference, point-of-care, workflow and decision support needs. Additional solutions in development include:

- Clinical Decision Support:

- Guidelines and best practice information delivered when and where

they are most useful at the point of care

- Leveraging of patient data to pinpoint the most needed information

for a given clinical task

- Drug information and safety checking, also linked to patient data<
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