Improving quality of care
Healthcare organizations around the world use UpToDate to achieve better patient outcomes.
UpToDate plays strategic role in improving quality of care at Kanta-Häme Central Hospital
Kanta-Häme Central Hospital is the central hospital in the Hämeenlinna region of Finland and, as such, it is responsible for providing the most current medical knowledge to healthcare providers and high quality care to patients in the area. UpToDate helps KHCH achieve that objective by ensuring clinical effectiveness.
Kurashiki Central Hospital
Kurashiki Central Hospital is a private teaching hospital committed to providing quality healthcare for the 800,000 people in the western district of Okayama Prefecture in Japan. In 2008, Kurashiki Central Hospital subscribed to UpToDate for institution-wide evidence-based clinical decision support.
See how research studies demonstrate the broad impact of UpToDate on care
When care gets complex, clinicians find answers in UpToDate
Read the stories of clinicians who found the insights they needed for rare and complex clinical cases.
Pediatric resident diagnoses very rare case of neonatal diabetes mellitus
UpToDate helped Dr. Satoshi Hayano reach the correct diagnosis of an exceedingly rare disease at first consultation.Read More
A specialist corrects misdiagnosis of sarcoidosis to HLH and lymphoma
In this profile, Dr. John Clark, internist/pulmonologist at Alaska Regional Hospital and Providence Alaska Medical Center, discusses how UpToDate helped quickly educate him on a disease he had not previously encountered with a potentially life-saving result for his patient.Read More
Clinicians prefer UpToDate-powered EHRs
See how organizations deliver greater impact with UpToDate access in electronic health records.
Shaping the clinicians of tomorrow
Universities and students count on UpToDate to prepare them for careers in medicine and learn how evidence is applied to patient care
Nagasaki University Hospital
Nagasaki University Hospital strives to provide the highest standard of medical care and is considered to be one of Japan’s top centers for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. The 862-bed hospital has a long and distinguished history, established in 1861 as Nagasaki Yojosho.