Explore our customers' stories of success implementing and using UpToDate to learn more about how UpToDate affects care, costs, physician satisfaction, and more.
Kochi University Hospital enables safety and security for drugs.
An interview with Yasuyo Morita and Aki Kadota, pharmacists in charge of drug-related operations at Kochi University Hospital, about the role of Lexicomp in providing drug information in the hospital.
Inha University Hospital improves "Quality of Care" as its top priority for "Patient Safety"
An interview with Dr. Park Hyun-sun, the director of information strategy with Inha University Hospital, on using UpToDate to lower variability of care and increase clinical effectiveness.
Pediatric Resident Diagnoses Very Rare Case of Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus
UpToDate helped Dr. Satoshi Hayano reach the correct diagnosis of an exceedingly rare disease at first consultation.
UpToDate Plays Strategic Role in Improving Quality of Care at Känta-Hame Central Hospital
Kanta-Häme Central Hospital is the central hospital in the Hämeenlinna region of Finland and, as such, it is responsible for providing the most current medical knowledge to healthcare providers and high quality care to patients in the area. UpToDate helps KHCH achieve that objective by ensuring clinical effectiveness.
Clinician Story: Life-Saving Treatment of a Rattlesnake Bite
In this profile, Dr. Shannon Heinrich, Internist and Hospitalist practicing in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, discusses how UpToDate helped quickly educate her on a situation she had not previously encountered, with a potentially live-saving result for her patient.
Clinician Story: A Specialist Corrects Misdiagnosis of Sarcoidosis to HLH and Lymphoma
In this profile, Dr. John Clark, Internist/Pulmonologist at Alaska Regional Hospital and Providence Alaska Medical Center, discusses how UpToDate helped quickly educate him on a disease he had not previously encountered with a potentially life-saving result for his patient.
Clinician Story: Diagnosing PCOS
In this profile, Dr. Beth Klug, second-year resident in family medicine, discusses how UpToDate helped her quickly deliver a correct diagnosis and saved her patient the anxiety of waiting to see a specialist for answers and a further delay in appropriate management.
Meridian Health is consistently rated among the top-performing health systems in New Jersey for clinical quality. In 2015, they embedded UpToDate into the organization’s Siemens Soarian® clinical dashboard and upgraded to an UpToDate Anywhere subscription, offering remote access via an EHR system and a variety of native mobile applications.
St. Luke's International Hospital
St. Luke's International Hospital, a general and teaching hospital established in 1902, is one of central Tokyo's largest and most comprehensive medical care facilities. St. Luke's recently became one of the first institutions in Japan to introduce UpToDate Anywhere.
Clinician Story: Scleroderma with Generalized Morphea
In this clinical story, Dr. Guido Bonoldi, head of Busto Arsizio Hospital's Medicine II Department, discusses his recent use of UpToDate with a challenging patient case at the Internal Medicine Clinic. (Also available in Italian.)
Altru Health System
Altru Health System is a community-owned, not-for-profit system serving Grand Forks, North Dakota and the surrounding region. The organization includes an acute care hospital, a specialty hospital, more than a dozen clinics, a large home care network, and a congregate living facility. Altru Health System employs more than 200 physicians and 4,000 staff.
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
The Trust currently works from two main clinical sites, and provides specialist cancer services through its flagship cancer centre at Maidstone and a unit at Kent & Canterbury Hospital. Combined, these facilities employ approximately 4,750 full-time equivalent staff.
St. Luke's Medical Center-Global City
St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City, Republic of the Philippines, relies on UpToDate for evidence-based recommendations as part of a state-of-the-art approach to healthcare that combines the expertise of locally and internationally trained medical professionals with industry-leading technologies.
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust is nationally and internationally recognised as a top specialist treatment centre for cardio-respiratory diseases, cancer and renal disorders. Leicester’s Hospitals adopted UpToDate in 2012 to support a focus on quality, safety, and innovation in patient care.
United Family Healthcare
United Family Healthcare, China’s first and largest US-invested healthcare provider, integrates UpToDate with TrakCare to give UFH’s clinicians single-click access to evidence-based information and treatment recommendations across more than 20 specialties — without having to break their workflow.
Kurashiki Central Hospital
Kurashiki Central Hospital is a private teaching hospital committed to providing quality healthcare for the 800,000 people in the western district of Okayama Prefecture in Japan. In 2008, Kurashiki Central Hospital subscribed to UpToDate for institution-wide evidence-based clinical decision support.
Asan Medical Center
Founded in 1989 to provide high-quality medical care to the underprivileged, Asan Medical Center has since become the largest hospital in South Korea and the affiliate hospital for the University of Ulsan College of Medicine. It continuously contributes to the advancement of patient care, medical research, and physician training.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust serves the residents of Greater Manchester, UK. In selecting a clinical decision support resource, the Trust conducted a head-to-head trial of UpToDate and two other systems.
Nagasaki University Hospital
Nagasaki University Hospital strives to provide the highest standard of medical care and is considered to be one of Japan’s top centers for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. The 862-bed hospital has a long and distinguished history, established in 1861 as Nagasaki Yojosho.