News | September 16, 2007

Fingertip Formulary Mobile Available for Clinicians Free on PDAs

September 17, 2007 - Fingertip Formulary said its Fingertip Formulary Mobile, a free, simple to use formulary service application for Palm and Pocket PC PDAs, is now available.
The Fingertip Formulary database covers about 95 percent of the managed care lives in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and offers healthcare professionals access to a large and accurate source of formulary data. Registered users of the program can personalize the prescription formulary data that are downloaded. Current formulary and clinical drug information are updated every time a user syncs their handheld PDA. With this release, healthcare providers may also access detailed clinical drug information online, as well as abbreviated drug information on their mobile PDAs.
“Fingertip Formulary has proven to be extremely useful to me and my staff. We’ve used the Web site for some time and now we look forward to being able to access this high quality data on the go when I see patients,” said Robert Jasmer, M.D., associate clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.
“We designed and developed Fingertip Formulary Mobile in response to frequent requests from physicians and health plan partners,” said Paul Greenberg, M.D., president of Fingertip Formulary. “We continue to develop and launch products that leverage managed care data and help simplify the practice of medicine.”

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