Achieving Better Clinical Decision Support With Fewer Alerts

    Achieving Clinical Decision Support

    Clinical decision support (CDS) has the potential to improve health care by reducing adverse events, enhancing clinical outcomes, increasing efficiency, and lowering costs. Unfortunately, due to poorly designed alerts and order sets, most health systems struggle to realize the benefits of CDS, and many find it actually hinders care delivery.

    This research report provides two imperatives with six underlying strategies to help physician executives drive CDS performance improvement.

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