March 31, 2015 11:00 ET

PEPID Releases New Application for iPhone

New App Boasts Streamlined Functionality, Added Features

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwired - March 31, 2015) - PEPID, the world's leading provider of specialty medical and nursing software, today announced the release of its new iPhone application, which marks the biggest mobile release for the healthcare company since its initial iPhone release in 2009.

"We've completely redesigned our iPhone app from the ground up," said John Wagner, president of PEPID, LLC. "This new application further supports our mission to provide everything that healthcare professionals need to make clinical decisions, in a format that's ideal for use at the bedside."

The new PEPID for iPhone application offers healthcare professionals clinical decision support information on diseases, conditions, treatment options, drug-to-drug interactions, dosing and more -- all streamlined into one integrated, intuitive application. It contains new features that include the opportunity to earn continuing medical education (CME) credit at the point of care, the ability to share notes with colleagues and also enables healthcare institutions to include customized hospital protocols or formularies into relevant clinical and drug topics. 

"The new PEPID for iPhone application is packed with new features and functionality to improve the user experience," explains W. Edward Reynolds, PEPID Chief Technology Officer. "We compiled the feedback from our healthcare users, and built an entirely new application to deliver healthcare information faster, and more intuitively than ever before."

PEPID for iPhone is available by subscription for individual healthcare professionals, healthcare systems and healthcare education, and is accessible at  

Those attending the HIMSS Annual Conference April 12-15, 2015, in Chicago are encouraged to stop by PEPID booth #3144 to see a demonstration. 


PEPID utilizes cutting-edge technology to deliver clinical decision-support resources specific for healthcare professionals, primarily pharmacists, doctors, nurses, EMTs and students. PEPID content is reviewed and contributed to by partners including the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, the National Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators, the Family Physician Inquiries Network, the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, the Oncology Nursing Society, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists to ensure content is of the highest quality.

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