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Como alcançar mais precisão nas decisões terapêuticas.

Que recursos os hospitais de ponta têm utilizado para garantir mais precisão nas decisões terapêuticas?

Neste webinar saiba que tipos de ferramentas e recursos vêm sendo utilizados por hospitais no Brasil e no mundo para prevenir erros de medicação e quais são os impactos da Medicina Baseada em Evidências no alinhamento das informações clínicas para:

• Reduzir erros de medicação e aumentar a segurança do paciente
• Acessar informações sobre as últimas evidências e tratamentos
• Verificar a compatibilidade intravenosa
• Comparar vários medicamentos com o objetivo de oferecer um tratamento mais personalizado
• Trazer recursos e informações mais completas para o corpo clínico e toda equipe multidisciplinar para uma maior efetividade clínica

Participe desta sessão exclusiva apresentada pela executiva de Customer Success & Training Specialist da unidade de Efetividade Clínica da Wolters Kluwer Brasil.
Recorded May 11 2021 50 mins
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    We developed UpToDate Advanced to address clinician knowledge gaps, which we identified by analysing search data from UpToDate-used in over half of NHS acute Trusts.

    Evidence-based decision trees guide users through critical decision points in each topic pathway. These features follow clinician logic and seek to help clinicians consider all factors before recording decisions in the EPR. Guides to abnormal test results, for example, provide clinicians actionable recommendations when the next steps are unclear after diagnostic testing.

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  • Como alcançar mais precisão nas decisões terapêuticas. Recorded: May 11 2021 50 mins
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    Que recursos os hospitais de ponta têm utilizado para garantir mais precisão nas decisões terapêuticas?

    Neste webinar saiba que tipos de ferramentas e recursos vêm sendo utilizados por hospitais no Brasil e no mundo para prevenir erros de medicação e quais são os impactos da Medicina Baseada em Evidências no alinhamento das informações clínicas para:

    • Reduzir erros de medicação e aumentar a segurança do paciente
    • Acessar informações sobre as últimas evidências e tratamentos
    • Verificar a compatibilidade intravenosa
    • Comparar vários medicamentos com o objetivo de oferecer um tratamento mais personalizado
    • Trazer recursos e informações mais completas para o corpo clínico e toda equipe multidisciplinar para uma maior efetividade clínica

    Participe desta sessão exclusiva apresentada pela executiva de Customer Success & Training Specialist da unidade de Efetividade Clínica da Wolters Kluwer Brasil.
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    This is an open event. Share on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn now!

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