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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I test out PrecisePK before I purchase?
How do I pay for PrecisePK?
You can purchase a PrecisePK license either through our website via credit card, mailing a check, or wire transfer.
Are there discounts available?
We have special pricing for students, faculty, and academic professionals. Please contact us for more details.
How is population calculation and bayesian fitting used in PrecisePK?
PrecisePK uses population calculation as a baseline. As more patient data is entered, the model adjusts using bayesian fitting. This provides a more accurate, individualized dosing plan for that patient.
What are the formula references?
Formula references are citations and validations for all parameters calculations, including the formula used, sources, and any modifying factors.
What is included in the full drug package?
Our ever growing database currently supports: Amikacin, Vancomycin, Gentamicin, Phenytoin, Digoxin, Flucytosine, Procainamide, Theophylline, Tobramycin, Ciprofloxacin, Quinidine, Valproic Acid, Levofloxacin/Ofloxacin, Phenobarbital, and Lithium.
How does cloud and local storage work for my data?
Local storage saves your data onto your personal device. Cloud storage saves your data to our HIPAA-compliant encrypted database, which is backed up daily (up to 30 days).
What does customized drugs entail?
For any (one-compartment) drug not yet included in our drug database, you can add the drug by inputting the necessary parameters for use in PrecisePK.
What is account management with active directory?
You have the ability to create accounts for an unlimited amount of users under the same PrecisePK license. Active directory integration enables users to instead login with an existing active directory account.
What is EHR integration?
EHR integration allows for faster and streamlined patient data entry. Currently, we support Cerner’s EHR. If you have suggestions for other databases to integrate, let us know.
What is multi-site data sharing?
For institutions with multiple sites, a shared database is created so data can be accessed between sites, if requested.