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Barriers and Facilitators Influencing Medication-Related CDSS Acceptance According to Clinicians: A Systematic Review

Leonie Westerbeek, Kimberley J. Ploegmakers, Gert-Jan de Bruijn, Annemiek J. Linn, Julia C.M. van Weert, Joost G. Daams, Nathalie van der Velde, Henk C. van Weert, Ameen Abu-Hanna, Stephanie Medlock
2021 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
This systematic literature review provides an overview of frequently-reported barriers and facilitators for acceptance of medication-related CDSS.  ...  This review provides a valuable insight into a broad range of barriers and facilitators for using a medication-related CDSS as perceived by clinicians.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Karlijn Vrijmoeth, Lotta Seppala and Sara Groos for assistance with title and abstract screening, and Karlijn Vrijmoeth and Sara Groos for assistance with full text screening.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2021.104506 pmid:34091146 fatcat:a4z73hgu7nazdcwe5pstzvftim

Routine Health Information Systems in the European Context: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews

Francesc Saigí-Rubió, José Juan Pereyra-Rodríguez, Joan Torrent-Sellens, Hans Eguia, Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, David Novillo-Ortiz
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
identification of best practices, opportunities, and challenges in the 53 countries and territories of the WHO European region. (2) Methods: We conducted an overview of systematics reviews and searched  ...  After a meticulous screening, we identified 20 that met the inclusion criteria, and RHIS evaluation results were presented according to the Performance of Routine Information System Management (PRISM)  ...  Regarding RHIS use-related outputs, the review also points to a set of elements that could facilitate more effective uses and returns.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18094622 pmid:33925384 fatcat:rvc2wk6prfglpmymxuf7hoh43i

Clinical Decision Support Systems in Breast Cancer: A Systematic Review

Claudia Mazo, Cathriona Kearns, Catherine Mooney, William M. Gallagher
2020 Cancers  
This systematic review examines various CDSSs to determine their availability, intended use, medical characteristics, and expected outputs concerning breast cancer therapeutic decisions, an area that is  ...  A major advance in medical practice is the incorporation of Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSSs) to assist and support healthcare staff in clinical decision-making, thus improving the quality of decisions  ...  Method The study of CDSSs for breast cancer treatment was conducted according to the methodology of Kitchenham and Charter [18] and was broken into three stages: (i) planning the review-related works  ... 
doi:10.3390/cancers12020369 pmid:32041094 pmcid:PMC7072392 fatcat:5yawgr455zglvd4zqyhp24oxty

Electronic Health Records, Electronic Prescribing and Medication Errors: A Systematic Review of Literature, 2000-2014

Naseem Qureshi, Dalal Al-Dossari, Ibrahim Al-Zaagi, Abdullah Al-Bedah, Abdulrahman Abudalli, Harold Koenig
2015 British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research  
Systematic Review Objective: This article synthesizes the international literature on electronic health records (EHRs), e-prescribing (EP) and medication errors (MEs) and provides a platform to World Health  ...  An EHR with EP that has a clinical decision support system (CDSS), dose-limit range, drug-drug interaction alert protocols, and formulary decision support helps to improve EP and ensures greater patient  ...  Barriers and facilitators to implementing electronic prescription: A systematic review of user groups' perceptions. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2014;21(3):535-541. 35.  ... 
doi:10.9734/bjmmr/2015/13490 fatcat:xom65pfkyzfmvjajjkabkusrim

E-Health Tools to Improve Antibiotic Use and Resistances: A Systematic Review

Érico Carvalho, Marta Estrela, Maruxa Zapata-Cachafeiro, Adolfo Figueiras, Fátima Roque, Maria Teresa Herdeiro
2020 Antibiotics  
The main objective of this systematic review is to assess the influence of these tools on antibiotic use for respiratory tract infections. (2) Methods: The scientific databases, MEDLINE-PubMed and EMBASE  ...  The search strategy was mainly designed to identify relevant studies on the effectiveness of CDSSs in improving antibiotic use, as a primary outcome, and on the acceptability and usability of CDSSs, as  ...  manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/antibiotics9080505 pmid:32806583 fatcat:s5je3f37svedlpj5f3us3nsjva

Do providers use computerized clinical decision support systems? A systematic review and meta-regression of clinical decision support uptake

Andrew Kouri, Janet Yamada, Jeffrey Lam Shin Cheung, Stijn Van de Velde, Samir Gupta
2022 Implementation Science  
The objective of this systematic review and meta-regression was to determine reported CDSS uptake and identify which CDSS features may influence uptake.  ...  Low CDSS provider uptake is a potential contributor to this problem but has not been systematically studied.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Stephanie Segovia, Rosalind Tang, Aliki Karanikas, and Janannii Selvanathan for their support with research administration and title and abstract screening.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-022-01199-3 pmid:35272667 pmcid:PMC8908582 fatcat:belumwqx4rex3irpgimzkg6m5m

Hospital contextual factors affecting the implementation of health technologies: a systematic review

Adriano Grossi, Ilda Hoxhaj, Irene Gabutti, Maria Lucia Specchia, Americo Cicchetti, Stefania Boccia, Chiara de Waure
2021 BMC Health Services Research  
There remains a gap in the literature on the facilitators and barriers influencing the implementation and concrete utilization of medical and surgical HTs, suggesting the need for further studies for a  ...  We performed a systematic literature review of qualitative and quantitative studies aimed at investigating hospital contextual factors that influence the actual utilization of HTs.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was undertaken as part of the IMPACT HTA project [Grant Agreement Number 779312], an initiative funded by the European Union within the Horizon 2020 research and innovation program  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-021-06423-2 pmid:33933068 fatcat:4jm7rvnvwzhupgodm6fp7zwcau

Clinical decision support systems-based interventions to improve medication outcomes: A systematic literature review on features and effects

Leila Shahmoradi, Reza Safdari, Hossein Ahmadi, Maryam Zahmatkeshan
2021 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
.), patient outcomes, and significant factors affecting the implementation of CDSS were reviewed. Results: We found evidence that the use of medication-related CDSS improves clinical outcomes.  ...  Methods: This study is a systematic literature review. PubMed, Cochrane Library, Web of Science, Scopus, EMBASE, and ProQuest were investigated by 15 February 2017.  ...  To our best knowledge, a number of systematic reviews (SRs) has been performed on CDSS impacts, but they have only reviewed a particular aspect of medication, such as drug prescription and management  ... 
doi:10.47176/mjiri.35.27 pmid:34169039 pmcid:PMC8214039 fatcat:oa77j4cebvdttmhu5e5dlomt3q

Designing Computerized Decision Support That Works for Clinicians and Families

Alexander G. Fiks
2011 Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care  
Barriers to physician adherence to practice guidelines in relation to behavior change. (Reproduced with permission from Cabana et al. 41  ...  However, many clinicians fail to adhere to guidelines.  ...  In 2005, Kawamoto and colleagues conducted a systematic review of 70 research studies to further define optimal approaches for CDSS implementation. 10 Their work confirmed findings from Bates and distilled  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cppeds.2010.10.006 pmid:21315295 pmcid:PMC3373310 fatcat:glzwiy3f7fb4rkdmryd5d7hnyy

A Systematic Review of the Technology Acceptance Model in Health Informatics

Bahlol Rahimi, Hadi Lotfnezhad Afshar, Toomas Timpka, Hamed Nadri
2018 Applied Clinical Informatics  
These articles were appraised and divided into three categories according to research topic: studies using the original TAM, studies using an extended TAM, and acceptance model comparisons including the  ...  Although the review results indicate a continuous progress, there are still areas that can be expanded and improved to increase the predictive performance of the TAM.  ...  Acknowledgments This article was developed as a part of the research study code: 1395-01-52-2759 and by the supports of Urmia University of Medical Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1668091 pmid:30112741 pmcid:PMC6094026 fatcat:py6xwulyhzh2vdo236ugyy6lqu

Laboratory test ordering in inpatient hospitals: a systematic review on the effects and features of clinical decision support systems

Sahar Zare, Zahra Meidani, Mohammad Shirdeli, Ehsan Nabovati
2021 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
The included papers were evaluated for their outcomes related to the effect of CDSSs which were categorized based on the outcomes related to tests, physician, and patients.  ...  In addition, the evidence about applying CDSS as a decision aid for interpreting laboratory results was rare.  ...  Acknowledgements No acknowledgement. 2 Department of Health Information Management and Technology, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Kashan, Iran. 3 Health Information Management, Human Resources  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-01384-8 pmid:33461548 pmcid:PMC7814592 fatcat:bxz7hjxw6bcddeqjrzdl5dqoii

A systematic review of computer-based patient record systems and quality of care: more randomized clinical trials or a broader approach?

C. Delpierre
2004 International Journal for Quality in Health Care  
CBPRS was defined as computer software designed to be used by clinicians as a direct aid in clinical decision making.  ...  Keywords: computer-based patient record system, evaluation, medical practice, patient outcomes, quality of care, randomized controlled trials, systematic review The evolution of medicine during the three  ...  Our objective was to carry out a systematic review of studies analysing the impact of CBPRS on medical practice, quality of care, and user and patient satisfaction, using papers published since 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzh064 pmid:15375102 fatcat:2mawsom4jzdvph5y3eogznee2a

Knowledge management implementation and the tools utilized in healthcare for evidence-based decision making: a systematic review

Leila Shahmoradi, Reza Safadari, Worku Jimma
2017 Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences  
According to Hongsermeier et al (2), technology plays vital role in KM in facilitating knowledge flow Ethiop  ...  The aim of this systematic review is to investigate knowledge management implementation and knowledge management tools used in healthcare for informed decision making.  ...  The authors are also indebted to the Department of Health Information Management, School of Allied Medical Sciences, Tehran University of Medical Sciences for allowing this review work.  ... 
doi:10.4314/ejhs.v27i5.13 fatcat:i4tefczperhq3hmqtd2aahb7q4

A systematic review of mixed methods research on human factors and ergonomics in health care

Pascale Carayon, Sarah Kianfar, Yaqiong Li, Anping Xie, Bashar Alyousef, Abigail Wooldridge
2015 Applied Ergonomics  
Keywords mixed methods research; health care; systematic review; qualitative and quantitative data  ...  This systematic literature review provides information on the use of mixed methods research in human factors and ergonomics (HFE) research in health care.  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2015.06.001 pmid:26154228 pmcid:PMC4725322 fatcat:6evwwytnsbhvjebbfvx2zabtn4

Strategies For Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy – A Systematic Review

Caitlin Jarrett, Rose Wilson, Maureen O'Leary, Philippe Duclos
2014 Zenodo  
The purpose of the systematic review of strategies for addressing vaccine hesitancy is to identify strategies that have been implemented and evaluated across diverse global contexts in an effort to respond  ...  This is to fulfil the requirements of the SAGE working group (WG) dealing with vaccine hesitancy in respect to: a) identifying existing and new activities and strategies relating to vaccines or from other  ...  The authors would also like to thank Dr Gian Luca DiTanna and Dr Pauline Paterson of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine for their assistance with the risk of bias assessments in preparation  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1009158 fatcat:trnuvih5kjhrfnjpb5gyawsx6m
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