ACP Smart Medicine
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ACP Smart Medicine is an electronic, evidence-based, decision-support tool designed for point-of-care use by internists and other physicians. It is developed and supported by the American College of Physicians.
The Physicians' Information and Education Resource (PIER) was launched in 2002. It was replaced with ACP Smart Medicine in 2013.
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