Interactive Clinical Decision Models
Our Interactive Clinical Decision Systems are clinical models for perceiving, organizing, and managing the logic behind a clinical decision.
Interactive Clinical Decision Models, designed by the The Cedar Group, provide clinicians and stakeholders with a systematic and transparent approach to making decisions when there is uncertainty.
Our Interactive Clinical Decision Models are clinical models for perceiving, organizing, and managing the logic behind a clinical decision.
The Cedar Group equips payers and providers to understand and enforce standards, for the purpose of consumer protection.
The end result is superior client care.
When clinicians and stakeholders are left without a structured decision-making system, an informal process of decision-making will prevail.
An informal definition of clinical logic involves a set of rules, beliefs, or heuristic techniques leading to a conclusion. In contrast, a more formal definition of clinical logic is a means by which a clinician and stakeholders derive a conclusion from a database of facts.
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Contact us today to discuss how our step-by-step technology-enabled guide empowers clinicians and stakeholders to arrive at conclusions with both meaning and value to all affected by clinical decisions.
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