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WebMD Launches Free Mobile Application For Physicians
WebMD Health Corp., the leading source of health information, today announced the launch of Medscape Mobile, a free medical application for physicians. Medscape Mobile provides physicians with Medscape's industry-leading medical information in a convenient mobile format that can be accessed on demand on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Medscape Mobile is currently available on the iPhone and iPod touch and will be offered on additional mobile platforms, including BlackBerry, later this year. Medscape will launch additional mobile features this year, further enhancing its value to physicians at the point-of-care.
Medscape Mobile is a free information service and its comprehensive features include:
-- Drug database of over 6,000 generic and brand name drugs, plus hundreds of herbals, supplements and antidotes.
-- Drug interaction checker that quickly shows interactions for a combination of up to 30 drugs, herbals and/or supplements.
-- Medscape Medical News with up-to-date, specialty-focused medical content across more than 30 specialties.
-- Continuing Medical Education from MedscapeCME in formats created specifically for the mobile device.
-- The WebMD Health Directory featuring contact information for over 400,000 physicians, 57,000 pharmacies, and 6,000 hospitals in a convenient search format.
Click here for free download from iTunes
Last edited by cherrichiodo; 07-22-2009 at 02:37 AM.
This seems like a good thing, need to tell Doc.
~via smartphone mobile.pinstack.com~
most of my doctors have blackberry devices only my general MD (family doc) has an iphone and he just got it when the 3GS was launched
My daughter is a 2nd yr med student and could really use this for her iphone
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