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Leveraging the EHR with CDS to Prepare for Value-based Care at Cedars-Sinai

Scott Weingarten, MD, SVP, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, Cedars-Sinai Health System. Dr. Weingarten describes Cedars-Sinai's four-year journey to "hard wire" CDS into the EHR related to value-based payments in the inpatient and ambulatory settings, and to evaluate the resulting impact on quality and cost of care.  He also discusses the performance of commercial accountable care organizations during the time...

CDS Malfunctions: Causes, Detection and Prevention

Adam Wright, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Senior Scientist, Brigham and Women's Hospital. Clinical decision support (CDS) systems, when effectively designed and used, are powerful tools for improving the quality and safety of healthcare but can be complex to develop and maintain. Dr. Wright presents research, funded by the National Library of Medicine, on CDS malfunctions...

Aligning CDS and Quality Measurement

Jane Metzger, Research Principal, and Marta Arthur, Principal Researcher, CSC. For most hospitals, the dust is settling on Stage 1 of meaningful use and efforts have turned to Stage 2. The time is right to start tying individual elements of meaningful use into a more comprehensive and unified strategy that sets the stage for using the EHR more deliberately...

Role and Impact of CDS at Memorial Hermann

Thomas Nguyen, MS, Clinical Information Analyst - Clinical Decision Support, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System. This presentation provides a detailed overview of what Clinical Decision Support (CDS) is, and the role and impact that CDS has within the Memorial Hermann Healthcare System.

Can the CDS Collaborative for Performance Improvement Advance Your Quality Improvement Efforts?

Jerome A. Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI, TMIT Consulting, LLC. More than 200 participants (including many SI members) are engaged in the CDS Collaborative for Performance Improvement, which is focused on helping many inter-dependent stakeholders accelerate the successful use of clinical decision support (CDS) to improve care delivery and outcomes. The Collaborative is supporting the ONC CDS4MU project (developing tools...

CDS Consortium Overview

Blackford Middleton, MD, MPH, MSc, Clinical Informatics Research and Development, Partners HealthCare System, Inc. Clinical decision support (CDS) has proved to be a powerful tool for improving the quality of patient care and reducing healthcare expenses, but currently has opposing evidence suggesting the occurrence of unintended consequences and potential new medical errors when not properly implemented or used. The...

SI-Cerner Users Collaborative No. 42: Adventist Health System CDS Update

Philip A. Smith, MD, VP, Chief Medical Information Officer, and Matthew Lord, Pharm.D., PharmNet Application Manager, Adventist Health System and AHS Information Services. AHS worked with Cerner in 2011 to develop mCDS, a new offering for filtering and enhancing Multum alerts. Dr. Smith and Matthew discuss the mCDS journey and how it has transformed clinical decision support at...

CDS for Performance Improvement Collaborative: Pilot Status Review Call

Jerome A. Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI, TMIT Consulting, LLC. This Collaborative has been formed to enhance the speed and success with which participating care delivery organizations deploy clinical decision support to address performance improvement imperatives. Nine care delivery organizations are documenting and sharing their target-focused CDS strategies as part of a 6-month pilot project (October '11 through March '12)...

SI-Cerner Users Collaborative No. 34: Explore Sharing of CDS Interventions

Jerome A. Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI, TMIT Consulting, LLC. Scottsdale Institute members and others have recently launched a collaboration to better leverage CDS in addressing recent imperatives for better healthcare outcomes. The collaborative work focuses on using a template (based on the 'CDS Five Rights') to document what information the organization is providing to whom, in what formats,...