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CDS Point-of-Care Reference 2022
How Are Solutions Being Adopted by Clinical Users?

author - Joe VanDeGraaff
Joe VanDeGraaff
author - Jennifer Hickenlooper
Jennifer Hickenlooper
December 6, 2022 | Read Time: 9  minutes

CDS reference tools enable clinical users to follow standard treatment recommendations and more quickly and confidently make clinical decisions. However, tools that lack strong content, searchability, and EMR integration are not efficient for point-of-care workflows and can frustrate users, especially those already experiencing burnout. Some CDS vendors are addressing user frustration and report their solutions have evolved to be more user friendly. To understand the customer experience and how each solution is being adopted, this report draws on feedback from a subset of clinical users (defined in this report as physicians, nurses, and pharmacists) as well as feedback from vendors’ general customer bases.

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Key Findings:

  1. Wolters Kluwer: UpToDate Improves Patient Care & Workflow Efficiencies for Clinical Users at Point of Care
  2. EBSCO Information Services: Physician Buy-In Slow; Adopters Report Positive Point-of- Care Experiences
  3. Merative (IBM): Pharmacists Value Drug Content; User Interface Seen as Outdated
  4. Elsevier: Users Appreciate Deep Content for Complex Conditions; Point-of-Care Use Not Yet Validated
author - Natalie Hopkins
Natalie Hopkins
author - Breanne Hunter
Breanne Hunter
author - Robert Ellis
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