Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 01, 2015
June 1, 2015 – Atlanta, GA – EB Medicine, leading publisher of clinical journals in the areas of hospital medicine, emergency medicine, and pediatric emergency medicine, is pleased to announce that it has expanded upon its partnership with AgileMD to provide the content from its newest journal, Hospital Medicine Practice, in a mobile application format available on iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones and tablets.
“We are very excited about the June 1 launch of our hospital medicine content on the AgileMD platform,” said Stephanie Williford, CEO and Publisher of EB Medicine. “In April, we launched the Emergency Medicine Practice mobile app and already have more than 2500 registered users. The availability of EB Medicine’s journals via mobile app is a big step toward providing physicians, PAs, and nurse practitioners with the clinical information they need, when they need it.” “This will allow clinicians to gain quicker access to evidence-based diagnosis and treatment information, which ultimately enables them to provide more effective and efficient care for their patients.”
Hospital Medicine Practice has been (and will continue to be) delivered online via digital format, and it will still provide subscribers with much-needed CME. Starting June 1, 2015, Hospital Medicine Practice will also be available via the AgileMD iOS and Android applications. (A Windows app is coming soon.)
“The adoption rate we’ve seen with EB Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Practice app has exceeded our expectations, and we are confident that EB Medicine’s content in the hospital medicine area will yield similar results,” says Borna Safabakhsh, co-founder and CEO of AgileMD. “This expanded relationship with EB Medicine further supports our goal to provide high-quality, evidence-based clinical content—and aligns with our platform's mission to enable every practitioner to have instant, point-of-care access to the very best tools available so they can deliver the highest standard of care for their patients."
The Hospital Medicine Practice mobile application, powered by AgileMD, provides users with advanced functionality that allows for advanced search of the entire publication library—enabling physicians to access hundreds of topics from their mobile device in the hospital. The application also features easy-to-use reference tools, such as bookmarking and note-taking, that enable practitioners to easily follow up on cases and finish research as their schedule allows.
For more information on Hospital Medicine Practice and its new mobile application, powered by AgileMD, visit http://www.ebmedicine.net/hmp.
About EB Medicine
EB Medicine is the premier publisher of evidence-based clinical content for emergency medicine and hospital medicine practitioners. Monthly journals—including Emergency Medicine Practice, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, and Hospital Medicine Practice—are delivered in print, digital, and mobile formats. Articles address real patient presentations, discuss challenges in diagnosis and treatment, and provide actionable recommendations. These MEDLINE-indexed publications provide ongoing education and guidance to physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and residents in the U.S. and around the world. For more information, visit http://www.ebmedicine.net.
EB Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for clinicians.
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