Technology | February 18, 2015

DynaMed Introduces a New and Improved Mobile App

Users can easily access evidence-based content anywhere with new app

Physicians who use the clinical reference tool, DynaMed from EBSCO Health, can now access the valuable, evidence-based content anywhere with the new DynaMedmobile app. The new app has been redesigned to make it easier and faster for physicians to find answers to clinical questions.

The DynaMed app features an improved user experience, seamless authentication and easy access to the latest clinical content. It provides offline access, and the ability to denote favorites, email topics and write and save notes about particular topics. Users download the complete DynaMed content set and periodically receive notifications to update the content.

The DynaMed app is a complimentary part of personal and institutional DynaMed subscriptions. This allows physicians access to DynaMed on their iPhones, iPads and Android devices for no extra charge. The app has also been designed for easy, one-time authentication via email, making the process as convenient as possible.

Vice President of Medical Product Management and Chief Content Officer, EBSCO Health, Betsy Jones says that the new app will make it possible for physicians to find the answers they need no matter where they are. “Our goal at EBSCO Health is to make DynaMed accessible from all points of access. The new app takes a big step closer to this goal of putting DynaMed everywhere.”

For more information: www.ebsco.com

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