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Clinical research The prepublication release of information from federally-funded research that may have an immediate effect on patient care
Medspeak A message—email, letter, etc.—that reminds a health care provider of a particular patient of management related issues germane to that person’s management

clinical alert

Medtalk Tickler A message–electronic, snail mail, etc–that reminds a health care provider of a particular Pt, of management related issues germane to that person's management
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And we hope to obtain some $3 million to $4 million a year in savings as a result of implementing clinical alerts.
The practitioner must remain on the phone during the entire telephone order session because the system may prompt for order details or clinical alerts.
Physician access to clinical alerts in real time The percentage of respondents that have enabled real-time quality reporting data 2011 All 2011 Most Wired Drug formulary 77% 95% checks Drug allergy 84% 100% alerts Drug interaction 78% 100% alerts Dose checking 68% 93% (max/min) Source: Hospitals & Health Networks' Most Wired Survey, 2011 Note: Table made from bar graph.
This provides users with an interactive tool that can instantaneously issue evidence-based, patient-specific, clinical alerts when potential medical issues are identified.
Its recently rolled out MirixaPro provides clinical decision support to pharmacists who counsel patients, displaying rule-based clinical alerts, and pinpoints opportunities to counsel patients on optimal use of their health plans' drug benefit.
This allows an electronic system to be structured to offer CDS tools, such as clinical alerts, access to clinical information (knowledge bases) for assistance with treatment planning, and analysis of EHRs on a meta level for quality improvement purposes.
The more in-depth News and Events section includes press releases, clinical alerts for professionals, information on meetings and special events, and a list of official statements and reports on vision.
helps to ensure that the right resident gets the right medication at the right time, along with providing important clinical alerts and reminders during the administration process.
When you collect a vast amount of information on the strategy of product development from the language platform to the what/where/when of clinical alerts, you begin to see how they "match up" to an assessment of a clinical decision support and knowledge-driven clinical information system.
Wireless access to data potentially increases that effectiveness by giving caregivers remote access to clinical data anywhere, anytime through Web-enabled telephones, wireless personal digital assistants, or e-mails containing clinical alerts that require intervention.
In addition, Internet provides access to MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic information service, NIH Clinical alerts, cancer treatment protocols for use by clinicians, and full-text documents from a number of journals.
Clinical alerts are released periodically and are available through an NLM database called ALERT The scope of the database includes research findings from NIH-funded clinical trials and presently contains about eight 1-2 page summaries.

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