Table H-1Factors/Features: length of stay

StudyRR (95% CI)Integration with charting or order entry systemAutomatic provision of decision supportNo need for additional data entryRequest documentation of the reason for not followingProvision of decision support at time and location of decisionmakingRecommendations executed by noting agreementProvision of a recommendation, not just an assessmentPromotion of action rather than inactionJustification of decision support via provision of reasoningJustification of decision support via provision of research evidenceLocal user involvement in development processProvision of decision support results to patients as well as providersCDSS accompanied by periodic performance feedbackCDSS accompanied by conventional education
Paul et al., 200610.9082
(0.8392 to 0.9828)
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Overhage et al., 199720.9307
(0.8032 to 1.078)
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McGregor et al., 200630.9760
(0.7292 to 1.306)
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Khan et al., 20104 and Maclean et al., 200950.9000
(0.811 to 0.999)
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Roukema et al., 200861.141
(0.9944 to 1.309)
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Kline et al., 20097NA[check]

Abbreviations: CDSS = clinical decision support system, CI = confidence interval, NA= not available (study did not provide sufficient data to calculate common endpoint), RR = relative risk

From: Appendix H, Summary Tables for Key Question 2

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