Here’s what’s new at Guideline Central.
The world’s largest library of medical guidelines and quick-reference tools for clinicians.
We wanted to give a quick recap of what we’ve been up to so far in 2014. Expect to see a lot more of Guideline Central, we have some new and exciting developments planned that you aren’t going to want to miss! Here are a few examples of what’s new in the last month:
1. New Updates for our Android and iOS Mobile Apps
We rolled out new features in our apps that allow users to purchase guidelines bundles as in-app purchases, as well as purchase on our website and sync to a mobile device. We also made some bug fixes, improved the interface and added new titles. If you currently have the Guideline Central app on your phone, make sure to download the newest updates in order to see these new features. Here are the links if you don’t have the app yet!
This is just the beginning. Our mobile development pipeline is filled with useful new content, feature enhancements and a few surprises. Check back for more information. If there are any additions you’d like to see to our mobile offering, just let us know. We’re always encouraging feedback from our users.
2. A New Society Relationship – American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Our first AAO-HNS Pocket Card will be for the Bell’s Palsy Guidelines. Check back for a full press release and more details about this new partnership. We’re excited, and we know you are too! We’re always open to new partnerships, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you’d like to see your organization’s guidelines content included in our database.
3. New ACC/AHA Guidelines
If you haven’t been to our site in a while, you probably missed the announcement of our recently-released Heart Failure GUIDELINES – this is quickly becoming one of the most popular titles on Guideline Central. If you missed this announcement don’t worry, because in the coming weeks we will be releasing four new ACC/AHA GUIDELINES Pocket Cards.
- Obesity and Overweight
- Lifestyle Management
- Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
4. New IDSA/AASLD Hepatitis C Guidelines
The new Recommendations for Testing, Managing, and Treating Hepatitis C were released by AASLD and IDSA on January 28th. Guideline Central is in the process of creating a GUIDELINES Pocket Card and Mobile App for this popular title. Make sure to check back for updates. To review the full-text guidelines, visit HCVGuidelines.org!
5. Another Surprise that we will be Announcing Soon!
We can’t divulge too much information yet, but we promise it will be a doozy! All we can say is that you’ll be wondering how you ever lived without it…