GUIDELINES Update – 4/14

  1. We’re Revamping Our Mobile Apps

Our Guideline Central mobile apps have over 60,000 users, and that number is growing every day. To accommodate the growing user base, we’re in the process of designing and creating a version 2.0. One of the biggest additions – we’re planning to expand our free library by over 500%. We’re also working on a new UI/UX and tighter integration with our web apps.  Check back in the next week or two for more information about our new app, as well as the chance to provide your feedback (in return for free stuff!).

 

  1. New HIV Pocket Cards and Apps

We’re proud to announce the release of two new HIV titles this week – HIV Primary Care (IDSA/HIVMA) and Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1 (DHHS).

The HIV Primary Care Management of HIV-Infected Patients GUIDELINES Pocket Card is endorsed by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA), and is based on the latest IDSA guidelines. This practical quick-reference tool contains screening, diagnostic, drug therapy, and dosing information, a treatment algorithm, and patient monitoring and counseling points. Click here to view the HIV Primary Care Guidelines.

The Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1 – Adults and Adolescents GUIDELINES Pocket Card is based on the latest DHHS guidelines. This practical quick-reference tool contains screening, diagnostics, key updates, detailed drug therapy and dosing information, patient monitoring, and counseling points. The Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1 – Adults and Adolescents GUIDELINES® Pocketcard provides all that is needed to make accurate clinical decisions at the point of care. Click here to view the DHHS HIV Guidelines.

 

  1. New Diabetes Nutrition Therapy

The Diabetes Nutritional Therapy GUIDELINES Pocket Card is based on the latest guidelines of the American Diabetes Association and was developed with their collaboration. This practical quick-reference tool contains graded recommendations to optimize nutrition in patients with diabetes that include detailed dietary improvements, descriptions of recommended diets, how to coordinate diet with diabetes medications and the goals of nutrition therapy in diabetes. Also included are Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Click here to view the Diabetes Nutrition Therapy Guidelines.

 

  1. Other GUIDELINES Titles – Coming Soon

Here is a list of some of the new GUIDELINES titles you can expect to see within the next few weeks:

  • Free HCV Clinical Guidance App (AASLD/IDSA)
  • Sudden Hearing Loss (AAO-HNS)
  • Diabetes Standards of Care Update (ADA)
  • Valvular Heart Disease (ACC)
  • And More…

 

If you are part of a medical society or other independent guidelines developer and would like to have your guidelines added to our library of quick-reference guides and mobile apps, feel free to contact us today!

 

So that concludes our recap of what’s new for April. Stay tuned for lots more in 2014!

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