In the following videos, our customers describe their experiences and opinions of UpToDate. Use the arrows on the sides of the panel to navigate.
Dr. Jeffrey Trimark, CMIO and Medical Director of Clinical Excellence at United Hospital System, discusses the importance of making UpToDate easily accessible in the clinical workflow with UpToDate Anywhere.
Dr. Darin Willardsen, Vice President and CMIO at CentraCare Health System, discusses how clinicians appreciate having UpToDate easily accessible from any location within the EHR.
Dr. Binu Mathew, Vice President of Medical Intelligence and Analytics at Mercy Health, discusses how UpToDate quickly publishes the latest literature and how having anytime, anywhere access to that information via mobile devices truly impacts healthcare.
Dr. Francis Poon, Director Clinical Informatics, discusses how the evidence-based recommendations in UpToDate help improve quality at Taichung Veterans General Hospital in Taiwan.
Dr. Paolo Pauletto, Professor of Internal Medicine at University of Padova Medical School in Italy, discusses how UpToDate helps clinicians stay current and informs important conversations with patients who find inaccurate information online.
Hyleco Nauta, Director of IT for UMC Utrecht – one of the largest public healthcare providers in Holland – discusses how embedding UpToDate in the EHR helps provide medical intelligence in the workflow.
Dr. Hee Hwang, CIO at SNUBH in Korea, discusses how having UpToDate available within the EHR impacts patient safety.
Dr. Mike Fisher, Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals, discusses how UpToDate helped him quickly diagnose and care for a patient.
Philippe Kolh, CIO at University Hospital of Liege, speaks about how UpToDate provides global, evidence-based recommendations for care.
Members of our EMEA Customer Advisory Board discuss how having evidence-based recommendations embedded within the EHR helps clinicians provide better care.
Members of our APAC Customer Advisory Board from Australia, Korea, and Taiwan discuss how having UpToDate embedded within the EHR and available via mobile devices has a positive impact on patient safety and quality.
"What doctors really dislike is breaking their workflow. UpToDate is available in one click, inside our Electronic Health Record."
John Halamka, MD
Chief Information Officer
Beth Israel Deaconess
"All of our physicians knew of it (UpToDate). All of them wanted it, and the nice thing about that is that it allowed us to introduce them to Provation Order Sets; the fact those two products integrate was a bonus."
Kenda Tavakoli, MD
VP of Information Resources & CIO
Dr. Michael Lee discusses why Atrius Health selected UpToDate for evidenced-based clinical information at the point of care, and the results of successfully embedding UpToDate into their EMR.
Michael A. Lee, MD, MBA
Director, Clinical Informatics
Atrius Health Pediatrician, Dedham Medical Associates
Donna Schultes discusses how physicians at her facility are long-time users of UpToDate and that they trust the information UpToDate offers.
Director, Clinical Informatics
A.O. Fox Hospital
Sarah Sutton, Clinical Librarian, spoke with UpToDate at the Medical Library Association’s 2013 Annual Meeting, about why clinicians at University Hospitals Leicester are passionate about UpToDate.
University Hospitals Leicester
Dr. David Rosengren, Emergency Medicine Specialist, discusses how UpToDate delivers critical information quickly at the point of care (via mobile access and EHR integration).
Dr. David Rosengren
Emergency Medicine Specialist
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Herston in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Dr. Pam Wetzel relates how physicians at Swedish American Hospital find UpToDate valuable and will often email the hospital administration to relay this.
Pam Wetzel, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer
Swedish American Hospital
Dr. Marc Greenwald notes that they see significant usage of UpToDate by physicians at Signature Healthcare-Brockton Hospital, and that UpToDate applies to the diagnosis and management of conditions across the spectrum every day.
Marc Greenwald, MD
Chief of Medicine
Signature Healthcare-Brockton Hospital