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— EST. 1994 —
For over 25 years, PEPID has been a leading developer of clinical and drug information resources and mobile applications for healthcare providers, hospitals, and schools.
PEPID has all the tools you need to get the job done right.
MEDICAL CONTENT AND TOOLS
Everything you need in one powerful app
Welcome to PEPID.
Established in 1994, PEPID’s complete catalog of healthcare information solutions supports thousands of institutions across the globe. Extensive, intuitive, and easily integrated – PEPID’s clinical and drug databases strengthen critical decision-making at any point-of-care and beyond.
This is Our Legacy.
As a training physician, Dr. Rosenbloom’s lab coat pockets overflowed with his handwritten, detailed medical and drug reference notes he realized it was invaluable in making diagnostic and therapeutic decisions. When the first personal digital assistants were released, Dr. Rosenbloom copied all of his notes into his handheld computer’s phone book.
From handwritten notes
To Every Modern Device
Colleagues encouraged Dr. Rosenbloom to expand his electronic notes into a portable, comprehensive medical and drug resource for more widespread use. As a result, in 1994, Dr. Rosenbloom developed the first version of PEPID with an advisory board of more than 35 board-certified physicians and pharmacologists.
Where does PEPID content come from?
Trusted Content Partners. Frequent Updates. Peer-Reviewed.
testimonial1 – Alex Mohseni, MD
“PEPID is a comprehensive, reliable tool that you’ll use almost as often as your stethoscope.”
Alex Mohseni, MD
testimonial2 – John C., Medical Director, Redington Fairview General Hospital
“I use PEPID all the time in the ED and have for years. I appreciate all the effort and the good solid product. More than once I have been a better doctor because of PEPID.”
John C., Medical Director, Redington Fairview General Hospital