Watch webinar and download whitepaper to help your physicians practice evidence-based medicine:

Improving Patient Outcomes Using Evidence-Based Clinical Decision Support
at the Point of Care

Although practicing evidence-based medicine (EBM) at the point of care is challenging, pre-appraised Clinical Decision Support (CDS) resources enable healthcare providers to easily use the best available evidence to drive improved patient outcomes. CDS resources are well-liked by clinicians, and compared with other Health IT investments are relatively inexpensive and easy to implement. They also offer a range of benefits for the hospital, clinician and patient.

This eBook will help you:

  • Understand the importance of promoting the practice of EBM at the point of care
  • Understand the importance of pre-appraised CDS resources
  • Appreciate how CDS at the point of care can improve outcomes

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  • De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, Philippines
  • St Luke’s College of Medicine, Philippines
  • UERMMMCI (University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center), Philippines
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