October 7, 2019

Wolters Kluwer Health is Proud to Support ACEP19

Wolters Kluwer Health, the provider of UpToDate® and Lexicomp®, is proud to support the ACEP19 International Ambassador Program Meeting. This sponsorship will help us spread awareness of the Wolters Kluwer Global Partner Program amongst the international emergency medical community. The Global Partner Program for Individual Subscribers currently includes over thirty internationally recognized professional and student healthcare associations, including the Australian Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association and the Singapore Medical Association, just to name a few.

We invite members of ACEP International Ambassador Program to learn more about the Global Partner Program and encourage leaders from emergency medical societies to apply for an opportunity to give their members preferential benefits on UpToDate® and Lexicomp® tools.

Be sure to connect with Paula Garcia, the Program manager at Booth 1169 during ACEP19 for any questions about the program. In the meantime, learn more about the Program. If you have any questions about the Program, you may also directly contact Paula Garcia.

About UpToDate®: Healthcare professionals often find it challenging to keep up with the latest clinical knowledge and research due to increasingly hectic workdays. For this reason, over 1.7 million physicians and healthcare practitioners in over 190 countries rely on UpToDate as a point-of-care solution for accurate, comprehensive and evidence-based clinical information they can trust. UpToDate is the only clinical reference resource associated with improved outcomes.1

About Lexicomp®: Lexicomp products connect medical professionals to relevant drug information that supports them with drug dispensing, patient safety screening, medication therapy management, and more. That’s why healthcare professionals around the globe have trusted Lexicomp as an indispensable drug information resource for more than 20 years!

References

1Use of UpToDate and outcomes in US hospitals. Isaac T, Zheng J, Jha A. J Hosp Med. 2012 Feb;7(2):85-90. doi:10.1002/jhm.944.​