The Clinical Decision Support Innovation Collaborative (CDSiC) shares information regarding project updates, current CDSiC work, and related efforts at various events. 

The CDSiC presents at and organizes webinars, conferences, and other events for patients, researchers, developers, and clinicians and others working to center the patient voice in clinical decision-making.  Stay tuned for future listings of events we attend and host on this page.

November 7, 2022: Future Directions for Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support: What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go Next?

Featuring Leadership Team members from the CDSiC, panelists at this AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium session discussed findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of AHRQ’s Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Clinical Decision Support (CDS) initiative and two health system-based PC CDS pilots. Panelists also shared future directions for advancing PC CDS over the next decade. Slides for this panel discussion are available for registered attendees on AMIA’s website.

June 7, 2022: Advancing Patient-Centeredness in Clinical Decision Support

Prashila Dullabh, Maria Michaels, Sarah Krug, Nitu Kashyap, and Edwin Lomotan hosted a panel at AcademyHealth’s 2022 Annual Research Meeting on advancing PC CDS. The panel featured a range of perspectives on advancing patient-centeredness in CDS. Panelists discussed 1) challenges and opportunities in engaging patients throughout the PC CDS lifecycle, including the generation of evidence, the design and development of tools, implementation, and measurement, and 2) technical considerations for developing PC CDS apps and tools.

June 1, 2022: AHRQ Webinar on Lessons Learned from Real-World Applications of Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support

This recording features speakers from the CDSiC including Aziz Boxwala, David Lobach, Nitu Kashyap, James Swiger, and Dean Sittig. The panel shared actionable findings from two pilots that deployed PC CDS support interventions that combined patient-generated health data (PGHD) with clinical data from the EHR to support remote patient monitoring at Yale New Haven Health.

May 26, 2022: Implementing Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support: Current State, Future Directions, and Real-World Experience

Prashila Dullabh, David Lobach, Aziz Boxwala, Nitu Kashyap, and Edwin Lomotan hosted a panel at the 2022 AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference on implementing PC CDS to accelerate movement of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) into practice and support patients and providers in healthcare decision-making.

May 25, 2022: Examining the Use and Perceived Value of Shareable, Standards-Based CDS Through Evaluation Findings on CDS Connect Resources

Rina Dhopeshwarkar presented a poster at the 2022 AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference on the use and perceived value of a repository of publicly available CDS resources. Findings from a survey and key informant interviews indicated that users find that a repository of publicly available CDS tools has strong potential and value for supporting the translation of evidence into practice. However, there are still barriers to successfully implementing them within health systems, which may be limiting widespread use of the artifacts.