Assessing the Safety of Custom Web-Based Clinical Decision Support Systems in Electronic Health Records: A Case Study.

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Summary of "Assessing the Safety of Custom Web-Based Clinical Decision Support Systems in Electronic Health Records: A Case Study."

 With the widespread adoption of vendor-supplied electronic health record (EHR) systems, clinical decision support (CDS) customization efforts beyond those anticipated by the vendor may require the use of technologies external to the EHR such as web services. Pursuing such customizations, however, is not without risk. Validating the expected behavior of a customized CDS system in the high-volume, complex environment of the live EHR is a challenging problem.


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Name: Applied clinical informatics
ISSN: 1869-0327
Pages: 237-246


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