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.


California Hospitals Use EHR Systems to Reduce Medical Errors

CRM Vendor Targets Patient Engagement in Acquisition

EHR Group Opposes 2015 MU Criteria

Latest Hearst Health Buy Targets Care Transitions

SCL Health System Chooses Stanson for Decision Support

Sutter Deploys Tablets for Home-Based Care

ACC, AHA Will Factor in Costs for New Treatment Guidelines

HIMSS Analytics Identifies Top Hospital Apps

Work Continues On Predictive Acute Renal Failure EHR Algorithm

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Feds Schedule Meeting on HIT Regulation, Seek Comments

NIDA Grant Fuels Cloud-Based Predictive Software for Addiction Treatment

Feds Plan Three-Day Meeting to Discuss HIT Safety Report

Feds Seek Tools to Help Consumers Analyze Medicare Payment Data

Beth Israel Deaconess Deploying Google Glass in ED

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Physicians, frequently perceived as a roadblock to a high-quality/low-cost paradigm, often spearhead IT advances central to the effort.

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