Decision-support tools will become standard, experts say

04/14/2011 | HealthLeaders Media

Some physicians worry that computer-based diagnostic decision tools may cause patients or colleagues to lose respect or view them as less competent. Experts, however, say that clinical decision-support tools will become standard in the drive to adopt evidence-based medicine and electronic medical records and can even help achieve a more personalized care model.

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