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Elsevier enhances clinical decision making with suite of Clinical Decision Support solutions
Date:2/25/2008

  • Evidence Based, Interactive Clinical Content: The Consult set of products (MD Consult, First Consult, Procedures Consult, Nursing Consult, Imaging Consult), infer relevant questions from minimal clinician input and quickly surface immediately useful evidence based answers. Clinicians can then drill down" to more detailed reference and educational content.

  • Practice Advancement and Care Transformation: With the December 2007 acquisition of CPM Resource Center Elsevier provides an evidence-based clinical documentation system designed to support the professional care processes of the interdisciplinary health care team to improve decision making, reduce variability, support accurate documentation and measure outcomes.

  • Drug Decision Support: Elsevier offers complete drug information and decision support, including product data, images, pricing information, professional monographs, patient education and drug medication functionality, all of which seamlessly integrate into any application and system.

  • Interactive Skills and Procedures Protocols: Procedures Consult is a video-based tool that helps physicians and residents learn, review and document procedures. It presents detailed procedure sequences, equipment lists, special considerations and animations at and below the skin surface. Also, Mosbys Nursing Skills is an online nursing skills and reference system with built-in learning management system functionality to assign, track and manage skills competency completion.

  • Medical Periodicals, Clinical References and Textbooks: Elsevier publishes a broad range of medical journals, including The Lancet, The American Journal of Medicine and Journal of the American College of Cardiology plus Mosby and Saunders titles, including Gray's Anatomy.

    Building on the inherent strengths, needs and preferences of varied types of clinicians, Elsevier products serve as a helpful partner, guide and assistant in a varie
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  • Contact: Tom Reller
    t.reller@elsevier.com
    212-462-1912
    Elsevier
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