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.


Survey: Docs Better at Using EHRs, But See Little Benefit

EHR

HIMSS Survey: Informatics Nurses Leaving Mark on Health IT

EHR

Ambulatory Vendors Market Joint Product at HIMSS

CDS Developer Doesn't Plan on EHR Integration

EHR

Traits for Picking the Right CISO

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Health IT

New EHR Vendor Targets Autism Treatment

Good Facebook Reviews Correlate with Lower Readmission Rates

Intermountain Shares Process, Lessons as EHR Go-Lives Start

IBM Invests in Specialty-Specific EHR Vendor

NLP-Enabled Review Accurate, Less Costly Than Human Review

WEDI to Assess Interoperability Perceptions, Readiness

Modeling Helps Plot Stroke Center Locations

Senate Bill Would Increase Access to Medicare Claims Data

Is Healthcare’s Future Going Mobile?

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