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Clinical Decision Support in Healthcare One step closer to the Omniscient Clinician

May 22, 2008

As healthcare organizations implement electronic health records, they are becoming increasingly aware of the ways clinical decision support tools will help them improve quality of care, comply with clinical standards and take part in pay for performance initiatives. However, CDS includes a vast range of solutions, many of which are difficult to implement. This report will help you understand where CDS is today and where it will be in five years.

Introduction


As healthcare organizations implement electronic health records, they are becoming increasingly aware of the ways clinical decision support tools will help them improve quality of care, comply with clinical standards and take part in pay for performance initiatives. However, CDS includes a vast range of solutions, many of which are difficult to implement.



Scope

Identifies the key factors driving adoption of CDS
Pinpoints common pitfalls in CDS implementation
Provides a framework for future CDS solutions



Report Highlights


The culture of medicine is resistant to CDS

CDS tools of the future will be patient-centric and focus on diagnosis

Clinical intelligence will change the way medicine is practiced



Reasons to Purchase

Understand where CDS is today and where it will be in 5 years
Align product messaging with what will resonate best with healthcare organizations
Identify strategies that will increase CDS adoption


Nick Wakeman

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