Elsevier has a pharmacy management software called Clinical Pharmacology powered by ClinicalKey, a pharmacological search engine. It is designed to help pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and other clinicians to find and apply relevant knowledge — for higher productivity, confident drug counselling, well-informed medication decisions, and optimal patient safety. In this article, we compared the most common pricing options available.
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Elsevier doesn’t publish their prices on their website, but according to a third party source, a yearly subscription costs $199. They also charge extra for add-on modules such as the Drug IDentifier/NDC Search which costs $99, the IV Compatibility which costs $99, the OnFormulary which costs $119, and the Global Drug Name Database (GDND) which costs $39.
|Price per Year|
|Elsevier Base Plan||$199|
|Global Drug Name Database (GDND)||$39|
Below are the descriptions of the add-on modules for your reference:
- Drug IDentifier/NDC – Capsule and pill identification
- IV Compatibility – Multi-drug IV compatibility report function
- OnFormulary – Searching of 3rd party prescription plans such as Medicare, State Medicaid Plans, etc
- Global Drug Name Database (GDND) – Searching for international brand names and links user to US drug monograph information