The value of actionable content in a clinical setting: Access to better information facilitates enhanced cancer carePosted in Cost and Quality Improvement, Jacqueline Mitus, Point-of-Care Decision Management on May 8th, 2013 by Cara Wood – Be the first to comment
In the May issue of American Health & Drug Benefits, A. Jacqueline Mitus, MD, and Laura Coughlin, RN, explain how actionable content can help healthcare organizations improve care. “Actionable content” is information that can automatically prompt the best decisions about care at the point in time when clinical decisions need to be made, can help. Their article elaborates on how these information frameworks and distribution can be applied to oncology specifically, as staying on top of advances in cancer-related information can be a challenge. Read the full article.