Model Formulation: Bridging the Guideline Implementation Gap: A Systematic, Document-Centered Approach to Guideline Implementation

@article{Shiffman2004ModelFB,
  title={Model Formulation: Bridging the Guideline Implementation Gap: A Systematic, Document-Centered Approach to Guideline Implementation},
  author={Richard N. Shiffman and George Michel and Abdelwaheb Essaihi and Elizabeth Thornquist},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2004},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={418-26}
}
OBJECTIVE A gap exists between the information contained in published clinical practice guidelines and the knowledge and information that are necessary to implement them. This work describes a process to systematize and make explicit the translation of document-based knowledge into workflow-integrated clinical decision support systems. DESIGN This approach uses the Guideline Elements Model (GEM) to represent the guideline knowledge. Implementation requires a number of steps to translate the… CONTINUE READING
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