PRI offers digital version of MPR

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Haymarket's Prescribing Reference Inc. launched eMPR, a free downloadable digital version of its Monthly Prescribing Reference database.

The download, available at PrescribingReference.com, includes over 3,000 product monographs based on FDA-approved labeling and is compatible with Windows-based operating systems. Based on proprietary technology developed by Medicos, eMPR is already being used by over 15,000 clinicians throughout the US and 40 countries internationally, said PRI VP/publisher Jim Pantaleo, who called it “a natural extension of our long-standing commitment to provide clinical decision-making tools at the point of care.”

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