It may not be obvious, but the iOS version of PocketPharmacist is supported by one person (Pharmacist and programmer).
My goal two years ago was to bring PocketPharmacist to the web. (Un)fortunately, life got in the way. Not only did I fail to bring all features of the iOS app to the web, but I neglected to keep the iOS app updated! For this reason, PocketPharmacist for iOS remains free of charge...as does the use of this website.
Based on several factors, I have decided to refocus my efforts on supporting the iOS version of PocketPharmacist. The first update is due out by late summer or early fall. From that point forward, I will release an update at least every 1-2 months.
Feel free to contact me directly with any questions and/or feature requests.
Whether you are a busy healthcare professional dealing with alert fatigue, or your own healthcare advocate, PocketPharmacist should be your #1 drug information resource.
Simply put, using PocketPharmacist™ actually feels like you are talking with a live Pharmacist versus reading through an encyclopedia.
The top 1,500 prescribed medications in the United States have been carefully summarized by a Doctor of Pharmacy. New drug summaries are added every month, each including indications & dosage, interactions, precautions, side effects, available strengths, and links to full prescribing information and additional layman resources.
Easily search for drugs by brand name, generic name, drug class, indication, or NDC (queries FDA NDC Directory).
Prior to October 2014, PocketPharmacist was only available on Apple™ iOS devices. In the last year alone (10/2013 - 10/2014), these users have consulted PocketPharmacist more than 2 million times.
With the launch of PocketPharmacist.io, PocketPharmacist is now accessible from any web-enabled device on the planet.