Lexi-Comp Inc Renovates Web Site

Published Online: Monday, November 1, 2004

Provider of print and computer-based medical information Lexi-Comp Inc's Web site (www.Lexi.com) has a new look.The new site features a cleaner look, a simplified on-line store, and a variety of user-friendly options. Key features include up-to-date drug alerts, on-line tours of products, specific product information, and details on how to become a Lexi-Comp partner. In an effort to provide updated and comprehensive information, the Web site has a "Special Alerts" option that is a free up-to-date list of news and warnings pertaining to drug information. "Special Alerts" remain on the list for 6 months after posting. Another feature is the "New Drugs" option. Located just below the "Special Alerts" section, "New Drugs" provides timely, concise, and unbiased drug information on medications recently approved by the FDA or those likely to be approved within the next year.

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