HIMSS CDS Resources

Videos
Courses
CDS Presentations
CDS Guidebook Series
Reviews of the Impact of CDS

Videos

CDS Resources - Robert Murphy, MD, CMIO, Memorial Hermann, discusses the role of CDS in promoting quality and safety in healthcare.

Courses

HIMSS eLearning Academy course “Basics of Applied Clinical Decision Support” This course provides an introductory overview of the field of CDS and how it may be used to improve patient care. This course will cover the theory behind CDS and the application of that theory with real-live clinical examples.
Robert Murphy, MD, Anwar Sirajuddin, MSIS

CDS Presentations

HIMSS Virtual Conference & Exhibition (VCE) - presentation (11/19/2008)
Optimizing Local Clinical Decision Support to Address National Hospital Improvement Imperatives; Early Efforts Toward a Scalable Collaborative
Jerry Osheroff, MD; John Chuo, MD, Anwar Sirajuddin, MSIS; Donna Currie, RN

CDS Guidebook Series

HIMSS Clinical Decision Support Guidebook Series

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Just Published: New Edition of Best Selling Clinical Decision Support Implementer’s Guide
The second edition of the authoritative, best-selling book, Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: An Implementer’s Guide, has just been published. This new edition has been substantially enhanced with expanded and updated guidance on using CDS interventions to improve care delivery and outcomes in diverse care settings.

Winner of the 2009 HIMSS Book of the Year Award
Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: A Step-by-Step Guide
Co-published by HIMSS, The Scottsdale Institute, AMIA, ISMP, ASHP, and AMDIS - Edited by Jerome Osheroff, MD
The Guide is designed to help clinical decision support implementers improve medication use (and associated outcomes) in their organizations by providing practical recommendations for successfully implementing CDS focused on these targets.

CDS Guidebook Series Video - Jerry Osheroff, MD, TMIT Consulting, LLC is the Editor of the HIMSS CDS Guidebook Series. He discusses the Guidebook Series including a preview of updates in the 3rd volume of the series, Improving outcomes with clinical decision support: an implementer’s guide. Second Edition.  HIMSS. 2011 (in press).

Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: A Step-by-Step Guide: Co-published by HIMSS, The Scottsdale Institute, AMIA, ISMP, ASHP, and AMDIS - Edited by Jerome Osheroff, MD

Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: An Implementer’s Guide - by Jerome A. Osheroff , MD, Eric A. Pifer, MD, Jonathan M. Teich , FACMI,FHIMSS,MD, PhD, Dean F Sittig, PhD, FACMI, Robert A. Jenders, MD, MS, FACP

Reviews of the Impact of CDS

Clinical Decision Support (CDS): The Positive Impact of Health IT to Improve Care of Patients with Diabetes

Achieving Meaningful Meaningful Use: What it has to do with CDS and why failure is not an option (12/2009)

JHIM - Fall 2009 Volume 23/Number 4
Implementation Pearls from a New Guidebook on Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support Effective CDS is Essential for Addressing Healthcare Performance Improvement Imperatives - Anwar M Sirajuddin, MBBS, MS; Jerome A. Osheroff, MD FACP, FACMI; Dean F. Sittig, PhD; John Chuo, MD, MS; Ferdinand Velasco, MD; David A. Collins, MHA, CPHQ, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

Amarasingham R, Plantinga L, Diener-West M, et al. Clinical information technologies and inpatient outcomes. Arch Intern med. 2009;169(2):108-114.

Chaudhry B, Wang J, Wu S, et al. systematic Review: Impact of Health Information Technology on quality, efficiency, and costs of medical care. Ann Intern Med. 2006;144:742-753.

Isaac T, Weissman JS, Davis RB, et al. Overrides of medication alerts in ambulatory care. Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(3):305-311.

McKibbon KA, Lokker C, Handler SM, Dolovich LR, Holbrook AM, O’Reilly D, Tamblyn R, Hemens BJ, Basu R, Troyan S, Roshanov PS, Archer NP, Raina P. Enabling Medication Management Through Health Information Technology. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment No. 201. (Prepared by the McMaster University Evidence-based Practice Center under Contract HHSA 290-2007-10060-I). AHRQ Publication No. 11-E008-EF. Rockville MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. April 2011.

Schedlbauer A, Vibhore P, Mulvaney C, et al. What evidence supports the use of computerized alerts and prompts to improve clinicians’ prescribing behavior? J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2009;16:531-538.