New AHFS Patient Medication Information: A Recognized Standard for Patient Drug Information

TDS Health has partnered with ASHP to provide access to their Drug Shortages Database and AHFS Patient Medication Information (PMI). Drug Shortages and AHFS Patient Medication Information (PMI) are included at no extra cost in every TDS Health subscription that includes one of the following resources:

AHFS PMI is a recognized standard for patient drug information.

AHFS Patient Medication Information (PMI), is the trusted, independent resource that is the backbone of the consumer drug information of many popular websites. It is the core medication information in the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM’s) publicly accessible Medline Plus website and in its Medline Plus Connect service and is the featured patient medication link from DailyMed and from the Consumer portion of FDA’s website. AHFS PMI is a recognized standard for patient drug information. Click here for a AHFS Patient Medication Information sample monograph for Larotrectinib.

More about AHFS PMI:

  • The AHFS PMI database became the first private sector publication developed for educating consumers and patients about their drugs; first published in 1978
  • Published by ASHP, long recognized as an authority on educating patients about drug use and safety, and a founding member of the National Council on Patient Information and Education (NCPIE)
  • The AHFS PMI database is a Top Ten Award Winner in the Department of Health and Human Services National Consumer Education Materials Contest
  • Has more than 1300 monographs covering prescription and OTC medications
  • Additional monographs covering vaccines and dosage administration
  • New and revised monographs are posted monthly
  • Can be accessed under the Resources menu on the TDS Health platform

If you do not have any of the above resources from TDS Health, and are interested in accessing Drug Shortages or AHFS Patient Medication Information, please contact your representative today by clicking here or calling 800-901-5494.