Use this guide to learn how investing in a clinical decision support system saves significant time and resources over customizing EMR-based systems.
In January 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that Meaningful Use, which drove the widespread adoption of electronic medical records and other technology, would be replaced by an outcomes-based program that focuses on the quality of care delivered.
Hospitals with a significant investment in an EMR now have additional incentives to adopt systems that enable real-time surveillance of their populations to find exceptions that require attention, maximize performance on value-based payments, and avoid rising penalties
Use this guide to:
- Learn how investing in a clinical decision support system saves significant time and resources over customizing EMR-based systems
- Use a checklist to determine what should be considered when choosing a surveillance system
- Understand how a clinical decision support solution complements your EMR with minimal demand on IT resources