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Company Overview of PEPID, LLC
PEPID, LLC develops medical/drug information and decision-support tools for individual caregivers worldwide. The company delivers point-of-care access to medical, clinical, and pharmacological data; and medical calculators, dosing calculators, drug interactions generators, and illustrations. It offers emergency physician suites and integrated reference tools; medical and drug reference tools for physician assistants; electronic reference tools for nurse practitioners; professional, critical care, oncology, and gerontological nursing suites; wound care, trauma care, dementia care, and palliative care resources, as well as laboratory and diagnostic tests; and clinical rotation companion and RN...
1840 Oak Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for PEPID, LLC
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
PEPID, LLC Key Developments
PEPID Launches Innovative Solution to Connect Healthcare Professionals
Mar 23 15
PEPID announced the release of PEPID Connect, a solution developed to help healthcare professionals more easily find material crucial to making accurate patient care decisions and standardize care across hospital systems and departments. With physicians, nurses, pharmacists and patients all relying on different sources of information to make healthcare and medication decisions, healthcare systems have become inundated with disparate systems that lead to gaps in patient care and unnecessary costs in healthcare administration. PEPID Connect offers one portal with specialized resources for all departments -- emergency, primary care, ambulatory care, oncology and the ICU -- and all members of the healthcare team, from nurses to pharmacists and physicians. The new solution even offers resources for patients. The company has restructured and expanded its PEPID Connect platform in response to feedback provided by its user base of healthcare professionals worldwide. For healthcare institutions, PEPID Connect allows hospital administrators to embed institutional protocols directly into disease and medication information to increase adherence, as well notes that can be shared among colleagues, which helps to standardize patient care.
PEPID and T-System Announces Five-Year Renewal of Their Partnership
Feb 24 15
PEPID and T-System announced a five-year renewal of their partnership to integrate PEPID's content into T-System's EV emergency department information system. The two companies extended their relationship to help further reduce medication errors and improve the health and overall economic outcome of clinical care for adults and pediatric patients in the emergency department (ED) through PEPID's continual cycle of quality improvement. The revised agreement extends T-System's licensure of PEPID's award-winning clinical decision-support content for emergency department facilities using T-System in the United States through 2019. This high-level integration into T-System's existing EDIS is achieved primarily with the PEPID Knowledge Base, an SQL database that contains the company's proprietary drug and medical content, disease profiles, drug monographs, data tables, stored procedures, and additional tools.
PEPID, LLC Announces the Release of PEPID Emergency Connect
Feb 17 15
PEPID, LLC announced the release of PEPID Emergency Connect. The company's latest innovation combines the invaluable components of health system integration with concerted tools designed for department-level communication and collaboration, enabling faster, more precise care in the rapid-response environment of emergency medicine. PEPID developed Emergency Connect largely to help decrease the time spent by emergency department physicians entering patient information into their electronic medical records, or EMRs, rather than interacting directly with patients. Demand for a solution like Emergency Connect is high; American Journal of Emergency Medicine, physicians spend 44% of their time entering data into EMRs. When compared to the amount of time spent each shift on direct patient care (28%), discussions with colleagues (13%), or reviewing test results and records (12%), the concern becomes clear.
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