After a brief foray following which it was withdrawn, Lexi-Comp On Hand makes it’s appearance in the Palm App Catalog. This is another major medical software application hot on the heels of Pepid which made it’s WebOS debut not long ago.
The download is free and comes with 30-days of access to Lexi-Drugs & Lexi-Interact. After 30 days, one can obtain an access code directly from Lexi-Comp for continued access by visiting www.lexi.com.
A one-year subscription to Lexi-Drugs and Lexi-Interact costs $115.00.
PreCentral.net has nice a round up on the current medical applications for the WebOS platform which you can download right now from the App Catalog. There are a couple more in Homebrew, done by yours truly with a little help from friends, which might interest you: OncoPDA (I keep telling myself I need to update this and get it submitted to the App Catalog but there’s only 24 hours in a day!!) and DrugView.
The missing piece which should be coming soon (”early this year“) of course is Epocrates. C’mon fellas, release that app already!