Consuming Physicians' Non-compliance with Clinical Guidelines: Other Side of Coin

Despite clinical Guideline-based decision support systems have been mainly developed to improve physicians’ compliance with guidelines, we look into the other side of coin to utilize the monitored non-compliance information to adapt guidelines to local care setting. The effectiveness of the approach was verified in the real system.

By: Haifeng Liu, Jing Mei, Guotong Xie, Baoyao Zhou, Shengping Liu

Published in: RC25137 in 2011


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