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clinical decision support system

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CDSS

Interactive computer programs directly assisting physicians and other health professionals with decision-making tasks. CDSS is either a rule-based or a normative automated system consisting of a variety of elements, ranging from simple alert systems to sophisticated longitudinal administrative and clinical reporting applications. It employs evidence-based or statistically significant best-practice guidelines and alerts to promote better clinical choices and outcomes.
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AirWorks holds FAA supplemental type certificates for CDSS on all current Bombardier CRJ family of Regional Jets with the CRJ 900 being the latest model type release.
Information used and generated by a CDSS should be evidence based, current, and have the ability to be updated.
The novice nurse can be assisted by CDSS models that help identify knowledge gaps and establish strategies for improving critical decision-making based on best practice (O'Neill, Dluhy, Fortier, & Michel, 2004).
A more recent study showed that there is little benefit to having a CDSS in place.
Findings from a more recent study showed that there is little benefit to having a CDSS in place.
The BHS and CDSS scores showed a slight increase with hallucinatory severity and a decrease with treatment response.
Flint says that the CDSS is also gravely concerned about the possibility of a future without citizens with Down syndrome.
Eligibility criteria were submission of >80% of all their laboratory requests to 1 of the 27 laboratories and use of 1 of the 3 information systems (Elfas, MicroHIS, Promedico) for which the CDSS was developed.
The benefits of the labor CDSS led to implementation of the system on all 22 nursing units in one of these hospitals.
Therefore, a CDSS is a system that connects a company to its existing or potential customers, providing support for some part of the customer decision-making process.
This paper describes development of the Child Dietary Self-Efficacy Scale (CDSS) to measure children's self-efficacy for usual food consumption as it relates to fat and sodium intake, ascertains the psychometric properties of the CDSS, and examines the relationship between self-efficacy and self-reported usual food consumption among children.