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medical knowledge

The body of information about diseases, mechanisms and pathogenesis, therapies and interactions, and interpretation of lab tests, which is broadly applicable to decisions about multiple patients and public health policies, in contrast to patient-specific data. Medical knowledge should, where possible, be based on sound evidence from clinical and epidemiological studies, using valid and reliable methods.
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Launched in 1996, WebMD said that eMedicine includes the largest and most current clinical knowledge database available to physicians and healthcare professionals.
com) allows medical professionals to purchase, download, and organize all of their Elsevier handheld clinical knowledge products from a single, customizable website and manage them via a single, easily accessible application on their PDA.
com, Inc, today announced that IDX will make eMedicine's peer-reviewed Clinical Knowledge Base content available through its IDX Carecast(R) enterprise clinical, financial and administrative system.
This critical analysis of recent research and evaluations of welfare reform efforts describes how states have increasingly drawn on clinical knowledge in their efforts to move "hard-to-serve" recipients into the labor force.
Each panelist then reviewed the group's ratings and met with the others to discuss decisions and revise indications based on clinical knowledge.
Although computerising clinical data and transactions can substantially develop information management in patient care, CDSS reaches its full potential only when the relevant clinical knowledge is combined with the data to take informed healthcare decisions and actions.
PSIMedica, a business unit of the Company, is a clinical knowledge management (CKM) organization offering an array of information solutions for reducing healthcare costs and improving quality performance based on a flexible, scalable software analytical engine that utilizes all available source information, including claims data, enrollment data, prescription data and laboratory data.
As the result of a procurement undertaken by the National Health Service (NHS) of England, DynaMed([TM]) is now offered as a key component of the new Clinical Knowledge Summaries (CKS) Service for the NHS community.
Ophthalmic News & Education Network' Will Promote Lifelong Learning with a Single-Source for Obtaining, Evaluating and Updating Clinical Knowledge
PSIMedica, a business unit of the Company, is a clinical knowledge management (CKM) organization offering an array of information solutions for reducing healthcare costs and improving quality performance that are based on a flexible, scalable software analytical engine that utilizes all available source information, including claims data, enrollment data, prescription data and laboratory data.
The International Society for Vascular Surgery's (ISVS) mission is to promote vascular surgery as a distinct medical specialty worldwide through the dissemination of administrative, scientific, and clinical knowledge and the creation of strategic alliances; to educate other healthcare professionals, government agencies and the general public concerning the unique services and valuable benefits provided by vascular surgery practitioners who are well trained and committed to the specialty in all its nuances; and to identify and provide recognition to individuals who meet certain guidelines, which qualify them as, committed and accomplished vascular surgeons.
amp; SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) today announced that it has expanded its alliance with Intermountain Healthcare to include the development of standardized terminology, clinical knowledge management technology and clinical process content as part of their multi-year project for the development of an 'enterprise clinical information system' built on GE's Centricity[R] Enterprise Solution.

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