Our company and its employees share the sense of shock and devastation felt around the world by the recent tragedy in Haiti
Ewing, NJ (Vocus) January 19, 2010
iSEEK Medical is taking immediate action to support the global relief effort aiding the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti by donating 20% of all iSEEK Medical Mobile sales this month to Doctors Without Borders. In addition, iSEEK will make medical information and research available from the field for physicians in Haiti and other emergency areas on iPhone, Blackberry, and Palm phones.
“Our company and its employees share the sense of shock and devastation felt around the world by the recent tragedy in Haiti,” said iSEEK Vice President, Paul Edelblut. “We want to make sure every doctor in the field treating patients in Haiti and around the world– has access to the highest quality and best medical information as quickly as possible. We are very pleased to offer our iSEEK Medical Mobile services to doctors working in Haiti for Doctors Without Borders at no charge.”
Doctors in the field will be able to consult research and guidelines for symptoms, diseases and conditions. The Medical Mobile applications are well suited to handle emergency situations such as this where volunteers with varied knowledge bases are dealing with very critical medical situations.
If you wish to purchase a subscription, or would like more information, please visit the iSEEK Medical Mobile page of the Vantage Online Store at: http://www.vantageonlinestore.com/home.php?cat=313.
MedicaRevolutionizing the way clinicians search, iSEEK™ Medical turns the burdensome task of finding high-quality, evidence-based, and clinically relevant resources into a uniquely effective experience. The natural language intelligence in iSEEK™ allows the engine to understand the meaning embedded in the questions you ask, using advanced linguistic, conceptual, and AI technologies to target the most relevant, useful, and meaningful results every time.
The recent expansion of iSEEK into mobile services allows doctors to now access the same dynamic search and top quality resources from the places they need them most – in the field, on the go, and at the point of care.