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Lessons Learned from Real-World Applications of Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support with AHRQ

June 1, 2022

“Our expert panel of speakers will share actionable findings from two pilots that deployed patient-centered clinical decision support (CDS) interventions that combined PGHD with clinical data from the EHR to support remote patient monitoring at Yale New Haven Health.

Speakers will:

  • Share challenges and lessons learned from a pilot monitoring COVID-19 patients, presenting viewpoints from both a developer and health system.
  • Describe how the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pilot were applied to the following pilot that monitored patients with postpartum hypertension.
  • Provide actionable findings from both pilots that can be used by healthcare providers, researchers, CDS developers and health systems in their own real-world CDS implementation.
  • Identify gaps and potential new areas for patient-centered CDS development”

Key Speaker:  James Swiger, Health Scientist Administrator, Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement, AHRQ

Location: Virtual

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