Putting Clinical Practice Guidelines Into Practice with Technology: Part I
|Wednesday, 14 September 2016|
Dr.PETER EDELSTEIN, MD, FACS, FASCRS
Chief Medical Officer, Elsevier Clinical Solutions
Peter Edelstein, MD, FACS, FASCRS, is board certified by both the American College of Surgeons and the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgery. Prior to joining Elsevier Clinical Solutions,Dr.Edelstein was as an award winning educator and surgeon who practiced in both academic and private settings. He then spent greater than a decade in Silicon Valley serving as an executive (including President & CEO) in venture-backed, medical device start-up companies. Next, he served as a physician executive leader in a large non-profit health system. Dr. Edelstein then joined Elsevier, helping guide MEDai, a leading clinical predictive analytics company.
Dr.Edelstein is now proud to serve as Chief Medical Officer for Elsevier Clinical Solutions, partnering with healthcare leaders in improving the value of care delivery through the integration of Elsevier’s powerful reference and workflow provider solutions and advanced patient engagement products. In addition to authoring Own Your Cancer and other books and articles, Dr.Edelstein is a nationally recognized and engaging expert on patient empowerment, appearing regularly on television, radio, and in print.
1.What are the key reasons that physicians do not always use CPGs?
For physicians, nothing is more valuable than time.Thus for CPGs to truly be utilized by providers requires that several criteria are met. First, CPGs must be rapidly accessible (including on mobile devices) at all points of patient care and at all times. Second, search capabilities must be robust, so that the physician can quickly find information on patients suffering from multiple conditions.
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