Clinical decision support encompasses a variety of electronic tools at the point of care to facilitate decision-making on the part of clinicians. These include electronic order sets, patient alerts, and evidence-based medicine protocols. Stories here encompass the design, creation and implementation of clinical decision support tools as well as the benefits and pitfalls of using them.


EHR Data Valuable to Study of Cardiac Structure, Function

IT Interoperability, Cost Huge Burdens for ACOs

Genetics Tools for Primary Care Providers Need Improvement

HSPC Incorporates, Gears Up to Tackle Interoperability Problem

Shared Decision-Making in High Gear at UCLA

FCC Finalizes Rules for Medical Body Area Networks

Health Centers Incorporate Patient Work Information into EHRs

ACOs Struggle with Health IT Capabilities, Survey Finds

Model Predicts Transfusion Needs During Spine Surgery

Researchers Map Areas of High Diabetic Amputations

‘Labs-on-a-Chip’ Featured at AACC Meeting

Matching Decision Support with Analytics Brings Benefits

UPMC Projects Receive Grants for Health Innovation

Pediatric Guidelines Need Improvements for EHR Era

3 Hospital Clinical IT Applications Poised for Growth

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