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decision support system

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(Computer Science) a system in which one or more computers and computer programs assist in decision-making by providing information
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It is a common expectation that computerized clinical decision support systems will improve the safety, quality, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of care.
In contrast, focusing on world-class decision support capabilities yields the changes required to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley and much more effectively positions companies for long-term profit improvement.
Alliance 4 surpasses any healthcare decision support software on the market by delivering consistent, reliable information to all levels of management," said Thomas J.
By the very fact that order entry spans the entire continuum of care and requires decision support of various levels means that certain applications need to be in place to enable this application.
The scorecards use the data generated from Asparity's decision support tools on health plan selection.
Asparity's decision support users -- who had an average of six health plan options -- overwhelmingly selected a plan that met their personal and financial circumstances.
Using HydraAgent, SafeMed will offer its clients increased throughput and scalability to meet increasing demands from healthcare providers for SafeMed's Internet-based healthcare decision support applications.
The Alliance Suite, composed of Alliance Decision Support, Alliance Financial Management, myAlliance web portal, and Key Indicators executive dashboard, is a comprehensive family of proprietary healthcare information software modules focused on Cost Accounting, Contract Management, Budgeting, Financial Planning, and Enterprise Reporting.
We chose to purchase Alliance Decision Support because of its strong contract management capabilities as well as Avega's high level of customer support," said Ravi Kalathil, Senior VP and CIO at Fresenius Medical Care.
ONR required an efficient decision support system to effectively monitor and assess contributions made by each contractor while, at the same time, safeguarding the proprietary information of each.
of the University of Utah and colleagues from Idaho and Utah, proved the value of clinical decision support systems (CDSS) in reducing overall antibiotic use.
HCI is delighted to form a strategic alliance with Hospital Cost Consultants, a company with over 25 years of success in the healthcare decision support field," said HCI's President Steven Berger.

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