Clinical Knowledge Management: Getting Pearls From GEMs

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Clinical Knowledge Management: Getting Pearls From GEMs

  1. 1. Clinical Knowledge Mangement: Getting Pearls from GEMs
  2. 2. Order sets DosingGuidance Clinical alerts How do you characterize and present your Clincal Decision Support?
  3. 3. Shiffman RN, Karras BT, Agrawal A, Chen R, Marenco L, Nath S. GEM: A proposal for a morecomprehensive guideline document model using XML. J Am Med Informatics Assoc 2000;7:488-98.
  4. 4. Shiffman RN, Karras BT, Agrawal A, Chen R, Marenco L, Nath S. GEM: A proposal for a morecomprehensive guideline document model using XML. J Am Med Informatics Assoc 2000;7:488-98.
  5. 5. Shiffman RN, Karras BT, Agrawal A, Chen R, Marenco L, Nath S. GEM: A proposal for a morecomprehensive guideline document model using XML. J Am Med Informatics Assoc 2000;7:488-98.
  6. 6. Single webpage templateUses JavaScript to pullXML elements of interestCode deprecateselegantly across multiplebrowsersAutomatically looks for ascreenshot in .png formatOnly need to edit 1 line ofcode:
  7. 7. Query Manual Automatic
  8. 8.  Recognize the need to catalog clinical decision support (CDS)interventions It is generally a good idea to externalize CDS logic When it comes to categorizing CDS rules and logic, the earlierthe better Choosing a well documented standard facilitatesinteroperability When CDS logic is externalized, it becomes asynchronous withthe production system There is more than one way to solve the problem

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