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Lack of care coordination leads to medical errors and preventable readmissions to the tune of $25 to $45 billion dollars each year.1 The ClinicalKey Reference Suite provides deep access to clear, concise evidence-based answers–helping physicians, nurses and pharmacists avoid errors and improve safety.
Three of the most authoritative clinical reference tools available.
The ClinicalKey Reference Suite leverages the industry’s most trusted content from Elsevier, a world-leading provider of information solutions that help healthcare professionals make better decisions and deliver better care.
Clinicians find answers 50% faster2 with 24/7 access anytime, anywhere
Disease overview Topic Pages provide quick answers and in-depth answers are drawn from trusted reference books, journals, videos, guidelines and more
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The easy-to-use interface and anywhere accessibility, including a mobile app, offers the ultimate flexibility to help physicians, nurses and pharmacists find answers. Plus, ClinicalKey easily integrates with your existing EHR.
With deep access to clear and concise evidence-based answers, clinicians are empowered to standardize care, reduce unnecessary referrals, tests and treatments, avoid practice errors that lead to litigation, and improve medication safety.
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1 Department of Health and Human Services; Officer of Inspector General.3 James, 3 John T. A new evidence-based estimate of patient harms associated with hospital care. Journal of Patient Safety. 2013; 9 (3): 122-128. doi: http://10.1097/PTS.0b013e3182948a69
2 Elsevier APAC (2013) : Case study, Yonsei University Health System, Korea, Elsevier DACH (2013): Case study DRK