:

CDSiC & Researchers

Patient-centered clinical decision support (PC CDS) is an exciting and emerging area of study. While new findings are being published every day, researchers have many opportunities to learn more about how to develop, implement, and use PC CDS as well as how to improve it.

Woman writing with open books in the foregroundThe Clinical Decision Support Innovation Collaborative (CDSiC) is the home for the latest evidence on PC CDS. Researchers with an interest in a variety of topics, from improving the patient experience and reducing clinician burnout to achieving better healthcare outcomes and ensuring patient safety, among others, will find a connection to their work here.

Through the CDSiC, researchers can explore published research and current CDSiC projects and products that aim to advance the field of PC CDS across the healthcare landscape. Researchers can use this information to guide their own work, make new discoveries, and find new collaborators that will contribute to the transformation of both healthcare delivery and research. Examples of resources that researchers can find through the CDSiC include peer-reviewed articles, literature scans, measures, frameworks, and other tools.


Related Resources

Infographic: Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support Explained 
The Clinical Decision Support Innovation Collaborative (CDSiC) created this infographic to explain the definition of patient-centered clinical decision support (PC CDS). 

Real World PC CDS: Patient-Centered CDS for Postpartum Hypertension Monitoring
Read this vignette to see an example from a clinician's perspective of how patient-centered clinical decision support (PC CDS) is being used in the real world to support patient-centered care for post-partum women. 

The Technology Landscape of Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support – Where are We and What is Needed?
This June 2022 article published in MEDINFO explores the current technology landscape for patient-centered clinical decision support (PC CDS) and what is needed to make it more shareable, standards-based, and publicly available. Click here to read the article.