Smarter Decisions. Better Care.

UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based
clinical decision support resource.

Smarter Decisions. Better Care.

UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based clinical decision support resource.

For more than 20 years, clinicians around the world have relied on UpToDate® as their primary source for medical knowledge at the point of care. With UpToDate®, you can access evidence-based clinical information around the clock, and find the answers you need when and where you need them – quickly and easily.

UpToDate® is committed to innovation and value so we continually make enhancements that help clinicians provider better patient care. Some of our key product features include:

  • Access to concise, practical treatment recommendations, many of which are graded
  • Current and reliable clinical information based on the best available evidence
  • Unlimited online access to clinical answers from your desktop computer, mobile device or tablet
  • PLUS, UpToDate® MobileComplete™ which allows you to access UpToDate® without network access*

UpToDate® topics are viewed more than 18 million times per month

Offering comprehensive coverage of over 9,500 clinical topics

Unlimited access to nearly 25,000 easy-to-search graphics

Sample Topics

Sample Topics

View sample topics proven to improve patient care and quality in over 20 specialties.

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Sample Topics

Grading System

Read Guide

Read our grading guide which explains how recommendations are graded.

Sample Topics

Mobile Access

Treat your patients anywhere with our easy-to-use mobile app or mobile website.

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"It is now hard to remember what the practice of medicine was like before UpToDate. With my smart phone, laptop, or desktop computer, I use it nearly every day to provide the best possible care for my patients."

David Cornish, MD

"I use UpToDate daily while seeing patients; it has saved me (and them) numerous diagnostic and therapeutic misadventures."

Edwin Scott, MD

"I go back to UpToDate for every single patient to make sure what we recommended is really state-of-the-art. It is often rewarding to read precise updates of what might influence my therapy decisions in cases that are never just routine."

Rainer Arendt, MD
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