The Medication Dictionary was originally a Visual Basic, Windows-based program. It was designed at the request of a physician who wanted a way to make sure the names of medications in his documents were accurately spelled and included both the trade and generic names to reduce the possibility of medication errors. Furthermore, he wanted it to be up-to-date at all times.
The current version of the Medication Dictionary replaces the original Windows-based program with a more-robust, on-line database-driven web site featuring enhanced search functions. Best of all, there is no need to install software or download medication list updates!
The on-line version of the Medication Dictionary works with most popular browsers at a variety of resolutions and with many hand-held Internet-capable devices.
- Designed for medical transcriptionists, medical office staff, managed care UM staff, nurses, medical students, physicians, lawyers, law clerks, paralegals, and anyone else who wants the brand and generic names of medications spelled correctly in documents to reduce the risk of medication errors.
- Search functions to rapidly locate a medication even if you only know the first letter of its name, its class, or use.
- Medications are separated into classes and listed with potential uses to help you identify the correct medication.
- Copy and paste the correctly spelled medication into your documents with just three clicks of a mouse or two keyboard commands.
- Over 4,000 medications in the database, which is updated whenever new medications are approved by the FDA.
30-Day Free Trial
Sign up for TrackItWeb’s Medication Dictionary today, and receive a free, no-obligation 30-day free trial. At the end of the 30 days, you’ll be asked to subscribe to continue using the Medication Dictionary. An annual subscription to TrackItWeb’s Medication Dictionary is still only $59.
01/16/2015 — Note: Sign up for new accounts has been closed for now.