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Outcomes: essential information for clinical decision support: an interview with Ellen B. White. Interview by Melinda L. Orlando.
J Health Care Finance. 1998 Spring; 24(3):71-81.JH

Abstract

There is an increasing demand for outcomes data from both purchasers of health care and providers. This is especially true for the managed behavioral health care industry. Patients are more educated about health care and active in treatment decisions. Patient-reported outcomes data, clinical information, and functional status are components of the clinical decision support system. This article describes, in interview format, an outcomes measurement system for clinical decision support.

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Interview

Language

eng

PubMed ID

9502059

Citation

White, E B.. "Outcomes: Essential Information for Clinical Decision Support: an Interview With Ellen B. White. Interview By Melinda L. Orlando." Journal of Health Care Finance, vol. 24, no. 3, 1998, pp. 71-81.
White EB. Outcomes: essential information for clinical decision support: an interview with Ellen B. White. Interview by Melinda L. Orlando. J Health Care Finance. 1998;24(3):71-81.
White, E. B. (1998). Outcomes: essential information for clinical decision support: an interview with Ellen B. White. Interview by Melinda L. Orlando. Journal of Health Care Finance, 24(3), 71-81.
White EB. Outcomes: Essential Information for Clinical Decision Support: an Interview With Ellen B. White. Interview By Melinda L. Orlando. J Health Care Finance. 1998;24(3):71-81. PubMed PMID: 9502059.
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