By Epocrates

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2008-07-11
  • Current IOS App Version: 19.7
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 126.70 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Epocrates
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 49,579 IOS App Ratings


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.



  • Helpful

    By RFlathau
    Always helpful for my quick search.
  • Excellent Practice Tool

    By Nursedyann
    I have been using Epocrates since being in nurse practitioner school which has been close to 20 years. This is an excellent health care practice tool. Highly recommended.
  • CPT codes unavailable

    By Brandon M87
    Whenever I click a CPT code, the app restarts, not helpful at all.
  • Privacy Issue

    By -;$@$;-
    There is no sign off or log out option. Once you sign in you are permanently signed in without tha option to sign out or log off.

    By Timmy tablet
    Best reference ever. Been using for 15 years. Never failed. Don’t have to upgrade each time there’s a change or new edition as with the original Palm. Keep up the good work.
  • Epocrates

    By Savannahmaude
    I have used this app (Epocrates) for over 10 years both as a medical student and a doctor. I have used both regular version and currently the professional version in my daily practice. The App has stood the test of time. The updates are quick and always current. References to new drugs, therapies and modalities of patient care are will supported.
  • Good app, lags too much.

    By km2245
    Love the app, but it lags 7/10 times upon opening! This has been on going for yrs!!! Please fix this!!!! It’s an expensive app!
  • Excellent contents, but freezes quite often

    By Louis22308
    Impeccable content, on disputable, however it freezes up every time you open up the application and you try to use it in the first 15 seconds. When you open the application, count to 15 and then start using it. That’s why I gave it four stars.
  • Gran ayuda

    By Machupichu74
    Es excelente !!!!. It’s excellent!
  • I love this app!

    By Domino's App
    As a 27 year Firefighter/Paramedic I long ago downloaded (for work) EPOCRATES. I’ve used it to check random, unmarked patient pill ID’s, and issues with mixed medications they have. It’s a great way to check if you or your loved one could have issues with various different medications interfering with each other, or if you find a random pill in an unmarked container. I thought I’d share.