Publication date: Aug 20, 2019
Clinical decision support systems are poised to become the user interface of choice for clinical interactions with health IT, ultimately supplanting the electronic health record system as the primary health IT point of interface for clinicians, research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan contends in a new report.
|Caregiver||Decision support systems|
|Prime||Electronic health records|
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