Fueled by new technologies, expanding regulations and greater patient expectations, thereís a clinical content gold rush in the healthcare market. Sources and types of clinical content grow at an exponential rate and through increasingly refined input methods, including voice and improved OCR, clinicians capture more unstructured information about their patients than ever before. Making all clinically relevant content available together, in one place seems like a simple request. Must the response be so complex?
Clinical decision support solutions are critical to delivering quality care, but how do you know which tools are most effective? In this video, David Bordewyk, national director for clinical solutions at Truven Health, explains five considerations for evaluating current or prospective solutions. First, the tool should provide evidence-based, actionable recommendations. Learn how to determine whether thatís the case, as well as how to identify tools that provide comprehensive information, information thatís consistent, and information thatís easy to find and access. Additionally, the tool should provide access from multiple types of devices and the vendor should offer ongoing user training and support.
mation thatís consistent and comes from a single source, and information thatís easy to find and access. Additionally, the tool should provide access from multiple types of devices and the vendor should offer ongoing training and support. The best vendors will provide not only initial