CDS : Choices About Your Health With Your Team

Clinical Decision Support (CDS):

Computable  information for people to make health choices

when needed, that they can use, in a context reflecting their life experience

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CDS. Listen, Learn, Informed Choice.

CDS. Listen, Learn, Informed Choice.

How can we scale patient-caregiver engagement in CDS (Clinical Decision Support)? CDS as learning health systems? Interview with Lacy Fabian at MITRE and Ed Lomotan at AHRQ. CDS Connect a library of medical recommendations made useful for programming into electronic records, apps, and software so patients, caregivers, and clinicians can use them as they make choices together.

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Recorded 07/20/2020

Published 08/02/2020

Humanity Before Technology-Clinical Decision Support

Humanity Before Technology – Clinical Decision Support

Walking through the who, what, where, and why of clinical decisions and Clinical Decision Support? Why we should care and what can we do? I’m also going to talk about uncertainty, the three T’s (Time, Trust and Talk) and the two C’s (Control and Connection).

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Recorded 10/31/19

Published 11/3/2019

Clinical Decision Support Technology - Still Human

Clinical Decision Support Technology – Still Human

Laura Marcial talks with us about making the tech sausage of Clinical Decision Support: Guidelines, evidence, rules, knowledge engineers. Clinical decision-making still depends on human trust time, talk, control, and connection.

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Recorded 11/14/19

Published 12/15/2019

Partner with People at the Center End-to-End

Partner with People at the Center End-to-End

Despite what anyone tells you, Clinical Decision Support (CDS) is an experiment. It only gets better with use. We, patients and caregivers, should try it, whatever it is, and learn. Learn what helps us make decisions and what doesn’t.

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Recorded 11/13/2019

Published 11/17/2019

Trust: Willing to be Vulnerable. Worth the Investment.

Trust: Willing to be Vulnerable. Worth the Investment.

Best health builds on trust – trust in people, institutions, information, and solutions. I trust my primary care doc. I trust my chiropractor. I trust my instincts. I trust my gut. I do. I trust my wife. She trusts me. Trust doesn’t mean blind following. Rather trust leads to more control or feeling more in control. I need trust when I’m in a crisis and can’t think clearly. I listen to my immediate family and my two lead docs (in that order). I’m likely to do what they recommend. Trust is for when I need to decide but can’t or don’t want to. Trust is for times of uncertainty. Conversation with Jodyn Platt

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Recorded 01/15/2020

Published 01/19/2020