5 edition of Computer aids to clinical decisions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Ben T. Williams.|
|LC Classifications||R858 .W58 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2 > :|
|LC Control Number||80027446|
Abstract. A clinician must consider laboratory investigations as extensions of his own clinical skills in elucidating symptoms and signs when he has to make decisions for the diagnosis and management of an individual : D. G. Cramp, D. N. Baron. For these clinical decisions, the numbers need to test/screen were all less than Conclusion This review provides evidence that healthcare professionals' use of handheld computers can improve their clinical decision making through improved information seeking and adherence to clinical guidelines.
Decision aids also increased the likelihood that individuals prefer an active to a passive role in clinical decision-making. Implementation of Decision Aids Although decision aids have been shown in randomized trials to be effective in promoting informed decision-making, there is little data available on how best to implement them in clinical. Integrating Clinical Decision Support Tools into Ambulatory Care Workflows for Improved Outcomes and Patient Safety September Washington & Idaho Regional Extension Center wirec A Qualis Health Program Authored by: Jeff Hummel, MD, MPH Qualis Health Seattle, Washington The author thanks Peggy Evans, Trudy Bearden, and File Size: 3MB.
Providing customized, patient-specific expert advice may increase the number of optimal treatment decisions in the community. Decision aids can be a "bridge” between treatment guidelines (which provide general options for a broad group of patients) to clinical practice (where clinicians must make specific decisions for specific patients). Through clinical decision support tools, patient specific data and evidence-based guidance are presented to clinicians at appropriate times throughout the care planning process, guiding and reinforcing decisions at the point of care. Learn the value of clinical decision support tools in home health and hospice.
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We identified evidence suggesting that clinicians can effectively use handheld computers to access information to enhance their clinical knowledge, adhere to guidelines and make accurate and appropriate diagnostic decisions.
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Writes the editor, "If used properly, CDSS have the potential to change the way medicine has .Page 1. Incorporating Evidence: Use of Computer-Based Clinical Decision Support Systems for Health Professionals Page 2 OBJECTIVES: 1.
Define computerized clinical decision support systems (CDSS) 2. Identify types of CDSS, their characteristics, and the levels of responsibility implicit in the use of each type 3. Describe effects of CDSS on clinician performance and.
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