Clinical decision support (CDS) has been a widely discussed topic since the process of digitizing health care began. For some HCPs, the experience has been varied, with misconceptions occurring around the true potential and value of CDS.
Evidence has shown that when a high quality CDS system is implemented correctly, it can be a powerful tool for clinicians to augment their clinical decision making. This is crucial as the volume of available data increases together with the responsibility to deliver value-based care. Harnessing the latest clinical data supports the delivery of knowledge driven care to refine and optimize decision support.
Today, there is increasing opportunity for healthcare informatics leaders, such as Elsevier, to further support customers around data analytics; enabling them to structure and capture data flows linked to evidence-based information; deliver insights from those analytics; then finally support them to act on those insights. Elsevier helps mobilize healthcare data and allows a continuous improvement cycle in which the desired best practices can be evaluated against actual clinical care data to further knowledge refinement and optimize decision support.
Join Elsevier for the virtual panel discussion Bringing value to care: Utilization of analytics to optimize decision support as we:
- Discuss how a CDS system can bring value to care? Hear from leaders like MSD (KSA), DHA (UAE) on their experiences
- Outline what a CDS solution needs to provide to ensure value in the future?
- Explain how analytics and data-driven technology can improve the quality of healthcare delivery?
- Outline the key drivers that support the delivery of analytics solutions
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