Creating and sharing clinical decision support content with Web 2.0: Issues and examples

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Clinical decision support is a powerful tool for improving healthcare quality and patient safety. However, developing a comprehensive package of decision support interventions is costly and difficult. If used well, Web 2.0 methods may make it easier and less costly to develop decision support. Web 2.0 is characterized by online communities, open sharing… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbi.2008.09.003

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@article{Wright2009CreatingAS, title={Creating and sharing clinical decision support content with Web 2.0: Issues and examples}, author={Adam Wright and David W. Bates and Blackford Middleton and Tonya Hongsermeier and Vipul Kashyap and Sean M. Thomas and Dean F. Sittig}, journal={Journal of biomedical informatics}, year={2009}, volume={42 2}, pages={334-46} }