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CDS Reduces Rate of Imaging Test Orders by 25% in Study



Clinical decision support systems may save money by reducing the number of inappropriate medical imaging procedures, including computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, researchers at Virginia Mason Medical Center find.



1 comments on "CDS Reduces Rate of Imaging Test Orders by 25% in Study"
Tom Gibbs (1/11/2011 at 3:44 PM)

Our view at DG is that making the imaging data available in the cloud so it can be shared by CDS systems is critical. Today almost all of the data needed by CDS systems is locked in legacy data silo's.