Frequently Asked Questions
What is Mosby’s Suite?
A series of four powerful online tools for healthcare practitioners that connects point-of-care support, reference tools, and authoritative information with intuitive, user-friendly technology.
Who does it benefit?
Nurses and other health professional staff at all levels of the organization, from clinical staff to educators, librarians, researchers and CNOs/hospital leadership.
How does it improve efficiency?
Mosby’s Suite improves efficiency across the whole organization by providing powerful search and browse capabilities, plus the ability to save, organize, print and share everything from searches, citations, patient handouts, drug information and more. All the information in Mosby’s Suite is available 24/7, from any computer in the organization’s network, so communication across the organization is quick and effortless.
Where does the information come from?
Mosby’s Suite relies on a team of on-staff Masters-prepared nursing authors, editors and reviewers to provide strategic direction and insights for Mosby's Suite. A Nursing Advisory Board consults on the focus and goals of the Mosby products.
How is the information delivered?
The information found in Mosby’s Suite is delivered in a streamlined, user-friendly interface, allowing for simple point-and-click searching, browsing and sharing. Think of it as a search engine made just for health professionals.
Can Mosby’s Suite assist in organizational compliance (Joint Commission Accreditation and Magnet Designation)?
Yes. Mosby’s Suite can be used to help institutions achieve or maintain ANCC Magnet Program designation. The evidence-based information found in the suite allows nurses to improve quality care, gain autonomy, act as educators, improve the professional image of nursing, and meet other regulatory standards.
How do I get more information on Mosby's Suite?
To get more information, ask questions, or schedule a demo, call an Elsevier representative at 866-416-6697 or visit the contact page to fill out a request form.