FDB team to exhibit at Digital Health Rewired
FDB today announced that it will be exhibiting at Digital Health Rewired 2020 on 4th March at London Olympia. FDB, the UK’s leading provider of prescribing decision support solutions, will be sharing exciting insights on its stand, including new features and customer success stories.
Digital Health Rewired connects current and future health leaders with the best in disruptive digital health, and will place interoperability, innovation and digital transformation centre stage.
FDB will be on stand D26, demonstrating its FDB Multilex - the UK’s leading drug database and e-prescribing decision support solution, which integrates into existing workflow and is used at the point of care as a trusted clinical decision support tool. Multilex has been designed and built by UK clinicians and is maintained by a team of in-house clinical experts, pharmacists and a dedicated integration team, all based in the UK.
Caroline Prouse, Product Manager at FDB says: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at Digital Health Rewired 2020. Many of our customers will be here and we relish the opportunity of sharing our knowledge with system suppliers and clinicians, who might benefit from integrating the Multilex drug database to enhance functionality and help reduce prescribing errors.”
About First Databank (FDB)
FDB is the UK’s leading supplier of clinical decision support and drug knowledge. Its solutions are integrated into healthcare systems across a wide range of settings, enabling evidence-based prescribing by providing essential checks to support clinicians. Its in-house team of expert clinicians check multiple sources and interpret NICE and other best practice resources to ensure that all medicines’ information is up to date. Its position within the market means that FDB adopts new industry standards quickly and easily, while its clinical decision support can be fine-tuned to meet the needs of specialised environments to enhance clinical care, patient safety and quality.
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