Real-Time Clinical SurveillanceMicromedex Mobile Solutions imageSingle Source CDS Platform image

Drive Measurable Improvement in Patient Outcomes Across Your Organization

MICROMEDEX PRODUCTS
Real-time Clinical Surveillance
Micromedex® 360 Care
Insights Suite

Real-Time Clinical Surveillance
Micromedex 360 Care Insights proactively monitors and conducts real-time clinical surveillance to quickly identify at-risk patients and intervention candidates, as well as deliver patient-specific clinical decision support at the point of care.

 


Clinical Knowledge
Micromedex® Clinical
Knowledge Suite

Evidence-Based Resources
A Single Solution for powerful Clinical Decision Support, Micromedex Clinical Knowledge Suite offers comprehensive evidence-based resources at the point of care for medication management, toxicology, and disease and condition management.

Micromedex Patient Connet Suite
Micromedex® Patient
Connect Suite

Patient and Consumer Education
and Engagement

Micromedex Patient Connect Suite is a complete, single-source solution of products that deliver evidence-based, comprehensive, consistent patient health education and consumer health engagement resources for every stage care.

Micromedex Customer Login


QUICK REFERENCE
Trusted EvidenceMobile SupportResource Center
Upcoming Tradeshows
NAHQ Annual Conference
September 7-10 | Nashville, TN
APIC Education for the Prevention of Infection (EPI®) Course 101&201
September 21-23 | Orlando, FL
ANCC National Magnet Conference
October 8-10 | Dallas, TX
SHSMD Connections 2014
October 12-15 | San Diego, CA
HCIC
November 3-5 | Scottsdale, AZ
IHI National Forum
December 7-10 | Orlando, FL

New Blog Post
Pediatric Emergency Department Quality of Care: A Focus on Pharmacists and Drug Therapy
Linda Elbers, PharmD, Clinical Solution Advisor Neonatal/Pediatric Evidence-Based Practice, Truven Health Analytics

Listening to National Public Radio on the way to work recently, I heard a very interesting piece about Children’s Medical Center in Dallas incorporating full-time emergency department (ED) pharmacists to ensure appropriate and optimal drug therapy is provided to their patients in the ED setting. As a pediatric-trained pharmacist, anytime I hear about organizations embracing the pharmacists’ role in doing even more to support safe and effective drug therapy in this patient population, it is particularly exciting. While pharmacists have known for some time that we have a great deal to contribute to improving patient safety, it is wonderful to know that others are taking notice now more than ever. Read More

Click here for the latest updates from Customer Support.