Recommendations for Building and Maintaining Trust in Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifacts

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Recommendations for Building and Maintaining Trust in Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifacts

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The Patient-Centered CDS Learning Network’s Trust Framework Working Group (TFWG) identified core attributes for trust (“trust attributes”): competency, compliance, consistency, discoverability, evidence-based, feedback and updating, organizational capacity, and patient-centered.

Middleton B, Platt JE, Richardson JE, Blumenfeld BH. Recommendations for Building and
Maintaining Trust in Clinical Decision Support Knowledge Artifacts. Research Triangle
Park, NC: Patient‐Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network; 2018 Sep p. 21.

Thoughts:

An academic view of trust in creating tools to help people and clinicians make choices in clinical care

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https://pccds-ln.org/sites/default/files/2018-09/TFWG%20White%20Paper_final.pdf