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Create a slide presentation (20 minutes; 12-15 slides) on clinical decision support (CDS) systems for a new hire orientation. Address CDS functions, users, and the distinctions among coded, non-coded, structured, and unstructured EHR data entry. Include audio recording and speaker notes with presentation.
Welcome (1 slide)
- How will you open your presentation in a way that engages your audience? For example, consider a compelling quote, a startling fact or statistic, or a thought-provoking question
CDS Systems Definition (1 slide)
- What is a CDS System?
CDS Functions and Users (2â€“3 slides)
- What are the three to five major functions of a CDS system?
- Who are the main users of CDS systems?
- How do these users contribute to successful CDS system implementation and usage?
CDS Functions’ Contribution to Patient Outcomes (1 slide)
- How do CDS functions contribute to patient outcomes?
Coded vs. Non-Coded vs. Structured vs. Unstructured EHR Data Entry (4 slides)
- What is coded data entry? Why is this important to new hires? (1 slide).
- What is non-coded data entry? Why is this important to new hires? (1 slide).
- What is structured data entry? Why is this important to new hires? (1 slide).
- What is unstructured data entry? Why is this important to new hires? (1 slide).
- How can you present this information in a table, chart, graphic, et cetera to help new hires keep these terms straight? (1 slide).
Clinical Implications of Structured vs. Unstructured Data Entry (1 slide)
What are the clinical implications of structured vs. unstructured data entry?
Key Takeaways (1 slide)
- What are the three or four most critical takeaways that you want new hires to retain from your presentation?
Closing (1 slide)
- What do you anticipate are the three to five questions new hires will have about your presentation?
- Note: This will help prepare you to respond effectively to the new hires’ questions.
References (1 slide)
- What credible resources did you draw on for your presentation in case new hires want to learn more?
Resources: Introduction to Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Systems
- Aziz, H. A., Bearden, R. L., & Elmi, A. (2015). Patient-physician relationship and the role of clinical decisions support systems. Clinical Laboratory Science, 28(4), 240â€“244.
- Liberati, E. G., Ruggiero, F., Galuppo, L., Gorli, M., Gonzalez-Lorenzo, M., Maraldi, M., . . . Moja, L. (2017). What hinders the uptake of computerized decision support systems in hospitals? A qualitative study and framework for implementation. Implementation Science, 12.
- Mitchell, J., Revere, L., & Ayadi, M. F. (2014). Association of clinical decision support systems on process of care measures and quality outcomes for patients with heart failure. Academy of Information & Management Sciences Journal, 17(2), 99â€“111.
Resources: Clinical Decision Support (CDS) System Functions and Users
- Chorpita, B. F., Daleiden, E. L., & Bernstein, A. D. (2016). At the intersection of health information technology and decision support: Measurement feedback systems … and beyond. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 43(3), 471â€“477.
- Chou, W., Tien, P., Lin, F., & Chiu, P. (2017). Application of visually based, computerised diagnostic decision support system in dermatological medical education: A pilot study. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 93(1099), 256.
- Troiano, D., Jones, M. A., Smith, A. H., Chan, R. C., Laegeler, A. P., Trinh, L., … Chaffee, B. W. (2014). The need for collaborative engagement in creating clinical decision-support alerts. Physician Executive, 40(3), 71â€“74.