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Introducing the new eMIMS

MIMS Australia has released a new version of eMIMS, with one of its main advantages being its ability to be accessed online and offline. The new eMIMS also features a modern interface and simple functionality, designed to streamline into the workflow of healthcare professionals.

eMIMSCloud, the internet based version, is currently available. eMIMSDesktop, the locally installed version allowing access to content without internet connectivity, is expected to be released later this year.

Siobhan Murphy, Country Manager for MIMS, said "Because we understand that many of our customers are not yet ready to use an internet based resource, we made a decision to support that thinking and have developed the new eMIMS as both an internet and a desktop version."

The new eMIMS also offers the IMgateway herb-drug, supplement-drug and food-drug interactions database, with this option available as an additional module. This evolving database, published by UnityHealth, features over 650 interactions including drug interactions with traditional Chinese medicines and Japanese Kampo medicines.

UnityHealth CEO, Peter De Lorenzo, said that some complementary medicines and foods can make some prescription drugs less effective and may cause adverse events. "Through IMgateway in eMIMS, healthcare professionals will find information is unbiased, rigorous and uniquely available at the point of care, helping healthcare professionals provide trusted and relevant advice," he added.

eMIMS has a broad depth of content. Evidence based drug interactions, patient care and clinical resources as well as the most refined image search capabilities have all been put together in a way that will encourage engagement with patients and support workflow.

MIMS is a recommended text by the Pharmacy Board of Australia and is used multiple times per day by healthcare professionals. Contact MIMS today for your trial version of the new eMIMS!

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