Computerised decision support systems for healthcare professionals: an interpretative review.

@article{Cresswell2012ComputerisedDS,
  title={Computerised decision support systems for healthcare professionals: an interpretative review.},
  author={Kathrin M. Cresswell and Azeem Majeed and David W. Bates and Aziz Sheikh},
  journal={Informatics in primary care},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={115-28}
}
PURPOSE Computerised decision support systems are designed to support clinicians in making decisions and thereby enhance the quality and safety of care. We aimed to undertake an interpretative review of the empirical evidence on computerised decision support systems, their contexts of use, and summarise evidence on the effectiveness of these tools and insights into how these can be successfully implemented and adopted. METHODS We systematically searched the empirical literature to identify… CONTINUE READING

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