Changing Before Our Eyes: An Evolution of Clinical Decision Support in Healthcare

For years, stakeholders involved in healthcare, including clinicians, staff, clients and their caregivers, and governmental agencies have been in agreement about the need for advancement in technology to help improve client care.

Researchers, practitioners and corporations have made -- and are continuing to make -- efforts to increase the practice of evidence-based medicine through the use of clinical decision support (CDS) systems. In general, these systems are designed to provide clinicians, often at the point of care, with clinical knowledge and client-specific information to help them make decisions that enhance their clients' care.

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