Tag: Mobile App

The Importance of Quick-Reference Guidelines: Summaries of Related Studies

If you haven’t seen our clinical practice guidelines infographic, make sure to take a look. Based on the popularity of that blog post, we decided to create another along those lines. As you may already know, our goal with GUIDELINES Pocket Cards and Apps is improve patient outcomes by making sure clinicians have access to Read More

See Us at DDW14 – Free AASLD and ANMS Digital Guidelines for All!

In honor of Digestive Disease Week 2014, Guideline Central in partnership with the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society, will be giving away three months free access to all digital AASLD and ANMS guidelines. Free GUIDELINES titles include: Hepatitis B [AASLD] Acute Liver Failure [AASLD] Constipation Read More

GUIDELINES Update – 4/14

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 Read More

ACC 2014 Meeting Promotion

Improve Patient Outcomes. New ACC/AHA Pocket Cards. Limited Time – Free 3 Month Trial of all Four New ACC Digital Pocket Cards To claim your guidelines: Open your Guideline Central app (or use download links below) Login or create an account Tap the settings button on the home screen – it looks like a gear Tap Read More

New AHA/ACC GUIDELINES Pocket Cards Now Available

Great news! Guideline Central has teamed up with the ACC and the AHA to release twoFOUR new, extremely popular GUIDELINES Pocket Card titles this week – Cholesterol, Overweight and Obesity, Lifestyle Management, and Cardiovascular Risk Assessment. Theese new GUIDELINES Pocket Cards are based on the latest guidelines of the American College of Cardiology and the American Read More

New AAO-HNS Guidelines Available!

In late 2013 we initiated a new partnership with the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS). The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) is the world’s largest organization representing specialists who treat the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. The Academy represents approximately 12,000 otolaryngologist—head and Read More

ASHP Surgical Prophylaxis Digital Guideline – Free Trial!

For a limited time – Guideline Central web and mobile users can access the popular ASHP Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Surgery GUIDELINES Pocket Card in digital format. How to Access your Free ASHP Guidelines: 1. Visit GuidelineCentral.com/ASHP13 2. Create your free Guideline Central account and password (new users) 3. Download and launch the mobile app (Guidelines on Read More

What’s New for Guideline Central?

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 Read More

What's New for Guideline Central?

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 Read More

Monthly digital subscriptions are now LIFETIME subscriptions!

Great news! Your six-month subscription to the Digital GUIDELINES PocketCards has been extended to the lifetime of the title. In addition now you can view your purchases and Guideline Summaries anytime-anywhere on iPhone/iPad/Droid devices – No internet connectivity required. Simply download the App and sign in using your Guideline Central website account. Find out more about the Guideline Read More

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