Lessons Learned from Caisis: An Open Source, Web-Based System for Integrating Clinical Practice and Research

@article{Fearn2007LessonsLF,
  title={Lessons Learned from Caisis: An Open Source, Web-Based System for Integrating Clinical Practice and Research},
  author={Paul A. Fearn and Kevin Regan and Frank Sculli and Jason Fajardo and Brandon Smith and Paul Alli},
  journal={Twentieth IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={633-638}
}
In 2003, we presented an open source, web-based prostate cancer database developed to integrate clinical practice and research workflows at the IEEE Symposium on Computer- Based Medical Systems [1]. Caisis was designed around structured chronological patient histories which could be displayed to clinicians and processed by computer algorithms. We extended the system to handle 9 diseases. It has been adopted by 15 sites in 4 countries with over 400 users and is currently used to manage data for… CONTINUE READING

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