Spectrum was founded in 2014 to address the challenges of antimicrobial stewardship in large healthcare organisations. A product originally designed specifically for antimicrobial stewardship, Spectrum has become an indispensable tool of healthcare professionals dealing with all forms of knowledge translation around the treatment of infectious disease.

We focus on providing an exceptional user experience that makes the work of healthcare providers on the frontlines more efficient and effective. This dedication has made Spectrum the highest-rated mobile app for infectious diseases.

Our company is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, but we have clients around the world. You will find Spectrum at the World Health Organization, New York City Department of Health and numerous hospitals in the United States, Europe, South East Asia and Africa.

Across Canada, Spectrum is a provincially adopted solution for Alberta, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and is used by hundreds of hospitals in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, servicing over 400,000 healthcare providers.

If you have any questions about Spectrum, please get in touch: hello@spectrum.md.

Working at Spectrum

We're fortunate to be a fast growing company, but we actively work to keep our team small and close. We're currently looking for exceptional people who are excited to help us build something amazing.

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“The New York City Department of Health has become so concerned about drug-resistant U.T.I.s, as they are widely known, that it introduced a new mobile phone app this month that gives doctors and nurses access to a list of strains of urinary tract infections and which drugs they are resistant to.”

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“Different groups are taking new approaches to tackle those high rates, including an antimicrobial stewardship at Eastern Health committed to reducing the amount of antibiotic prescriptions in the province. One way the team is trying to achieve that is with a new app, called Spectrum.”

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“Doctors across New Brunswick will soon have a new app to help them combat the COVID-19 outbreak, say experts. The Spectrum app will provide clear guidelines on what tests to do, what infection control to carry out, what treatments to provide, and how to manage common complications such as lung problems, said Dr. Gordon Dow, the division head of infectious diseases at the Moncton Hospital. 'I think it's going to be significant,' said Dow.”

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