epocrates For Chromebook

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Download epocrates app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use epocrates On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Medical

Price: Free

Rating: 4.52299 stars based on 6610 reviews


epocrates Chromebook App Download

Download epocrates For Chromebook

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2019-02-12
  • Current Version: 24.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 167.84 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
  • Developer: Epocrates

How To Download epocrates On Chromebook

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Save time in the prescribing moment • Rx and OTC monographs: pharmacology, prescribing and safety information, adult and pediatric dosing, adverse reactions, contraindications, black box warnings, pregnancy and lactation considerations, and more • Drug interaction checker: prevent harmful interactions between up to 30 brand, generic, OTC, or alternative drugs at a time • Pill identifier: drug guide organized by shape, color, imprint code, etc. • 600+ dosing calculators, medical equations, and tools • Formularies: drug coverage information for 6,600+ U.S. insurance plans, by state • Customizable home screen with drag-and-drop simplicity Additional features in Epocrates Plus, now just $16.99/month! • Alternative medicine monographs: dosage, interactions, etc. • Peer-reviewed disease content from the BMJ • Labs, ICD-10 codes, and more medical content Since 1998, Epocrates has helped more than one million clinicians prescribe with confidence, save time, and stay focused on the patient. Rated the #1 medical app 10 years in a row by Decision Resource Group’s “Taking the Pulse.” Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. Introductory pricing or discounts, if available, will only apply for the initial introductory period of the subscription. For more information, see our Terms of Service https://www.epocrates.com/termsOfUse.do and Privacy Policy http://www.epocrates.com/privacy.



  • Your in-app ads tanked your product

    By Another Village Idiot
    Switched to WorldDrugs. - epocrates locks up when their internal adds appear. You are bloating like a democrat controlled government with about the same end results. At least other apps still work like epocrates used to.
  • App has problems

    By M@@me
    The app used to work great but but it’s been crashing and freezes a lot lately. I have to completely turn off my phone to get it to start working again. Someone needs to look into it
  • Indispensable…but the “News” is not.

    By Flight "Surgeon"
    I love this app. Love love love it. The Highlights and Basics, Tests, DDx, and Tx tabs under the Quick Reference sections of specific diseases—along with a pharmaceutical dictionary—are indispensable. I truly feel this app makes daily clinical practice easier, smoother, and safer for patients and providers. The ONLY gripe I have about this app is that the News pops up throughout the day, prompting me to click on Headlines before I search for what I need to know, and this is on the PAID version. You are supposed to be able to search for what you need to know from this obligatory News screen. And that would be fine. If it worked. But 9/10 it doesn’t, you can’t, and the app crashes/stalls. I’ve emailed twice about this through the app and received personalized replies, but I could tell they were meaningless…and the issue still hasn’t been resolved. The app is otherwise perfect and if it were a matter of resolving this “issue”/improving the functionality of the app or risk losing the functionality currently available, I would not risk it. That’s how much I value this app.
  • What will I do without you

    By Kmv-wilson
    I have used Epocrates it for many years, more I used it more I like it. There has been some change in App, I loved the older version more May be I need to get use to changes. I find Drug drug interaction as very useful tool for doctors to help patient stay in safe zone. As so many patients are taking so many medications from multiple specialists. I wish the result could be put in stars or some digits to show generally risk is insignificant, mild , moderate, severe, dangerous. I enjoyed the spot diagnosis pic, it is learning with fun. Keep up good the good work and thanks for service to Medical field. KMV, M.D.
  • Good app until recently

    By Ripped off also
    Per the developer this is how they want to receive feedback. Great app really but recently when you open the app for the first time each day it is frozen likely doing an annoying update. Bottom line, if I open the app, I probably need to use it and really don’t have the 5-10 min to wait. Please use your own product and fix these nonsense glitches.
  • generally like this... except when i need it NOW

    By delNorteFrio
    the breadth of data in epocrates is fabulous, and i use it on a regular basis. it is my go-to for pregnancy/breastfeeding risks, as MicroMedex essentially says "risk cannot be ruled out". that's hardly helpful - i can't rule out death by meteor impact, but the odds are pretty low. where epocrates falls down is on a few specific, but critical, areas. many times i've needed it, and am told that the app is updating clinical data. no clue how long that'll take. when i'm with a patient and need info, waiting an unclear amount of time is a problem. additionally there are times the UI becomes unresponsive. just a few minutes ago i needed to look something up on a specific insulin. i'm stuck at the news page - i can press the search bar but it won't bring up a cursor so i can't search. i could open articles but not search. repeatedly. after closing and relaunching the app and it still not working i went to another resource. the volume of data in this app is valuable to any clinician - but if i can't get to it, that data isn't helping, and when im in a room with a patient and the clock is ticking, valuable time is being lost. 3 stars.
  • Frustrating freezing 100% of the time!!!

    By Nomisnomer
    What the heck happened to this very useful app? Are you guys doing too much for profit or what? Always frozen for the search engine but those useless articles open with an instant click. What the heck!!!
  • Poor application performance

    By Lisa M. C
    I feel the information as a paid subscriber is invaluable but lately I am having frequent issues of the app freezing and not being able to access info when I need it. If this is the future of the app I will use Medscape or UpToDate instead
  • Average but useful depending on the need.

    By choksman
    I have been using epocrates for over 15 years. This is a wonderful tool for medication management and pharmacology. For basic labs the plus level is very useful to come to a differential. The calculators are easy to use. The cons are the app takes long to load. The original was far quicker and more user Friendly. They have an unnecessary splash page which delays care. If you need specialized labs this app may not have details on it
  • Becoming something I used to use.

    By Monkeyfeedstherobot
    I’ve been using epocrates since the beginning when it was a 320kb file on palm pilot. Unfortunately, it’s become so bloated I rarely use it anymore. In recent years, the devs have added, what amounts to, nag-screens. Frequently, launching the app now requires you to get past screens of CME offerings, announcements or other annoyances. Nothing should insert itself between you and the info you’re looking for the moment you’re looking for it. All other info-nag should be under its own tab to be viewed when convenient. Otherwise it’s a bug…not a feature.