Computerized clinical decision support (CDS) is widely—and too often, ineffectively—deployed by provider organizations today, with a forthcoming study estimating the rate of alert overrides at more than 90%.
There are several requirements for effective CDS management, especially clinical knowledge management. However, the most significant deficit at many organizations is the lack of effective tools and processes for CDS performance monitoring and improvement.
A small number of provider organizations have made CDS performance monitoring and improvement a top priority for their informatics and IT staff. A prime example is Stanford Health Care, which committed to maximizing CDS effectiveness in an approach that uses data to provide a nuanced understanding of clinical and IT system performance.
Download this case study to learn the keys to Stanford's success and action items you should consider when building an effective CDS performance monitoring program.
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