Advances in Sharing Multi-sourced Health Data on Decision Support Science 2016-2017

  title={Advances in Sharing Multi-sourced Health Data on Decision Support Science 2016-2017},
  author={Prabhu R. Shankar and Nick R. Anderson},
  journal={Yearbook of Medical Informatics},
  pages={16 - 24}
Summary Introduction:  Clinical decision support science is expanding to include integration from broader and more varied data sources, diverse platforms and delivery modalities, and is responding to emerging regulatory guidelines and increased interest from industry. Objective:  Evaluate key advances and challenges of accessing, sharing, and managing data from multiple sources for development and implementation of Clinical Decision Support (CDS) systems in 2016-2017. Methods:  Assessment of… 
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