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Recenti Prog Med. 2013 Oct;104(10):515-21. doi: 10.1701/1349.14996.

[Clinical practice guidelines and knowledge management in healthcare].

[Article in Italian]

Abstract

Clinical practice guidelines are key tools for the translation of scientific evidence into everyday patient care. Therefore guidelines can act as cornerstones of evidence based knowledge management in healthcare, if they are trustworthy, and its recommendations are not biased by authors' conflict of interests. Good medical guidelines should be disseminated by means of virtual (digital/electronic) health libraries - together with implementation tools in context, such as guideline based algorithms, check lists, patient information, a.s.f. The article presents evidence based medical knowledge management using the German experiences as an example. It discusses future steps establishing evidence based health care by means of combining patient data, evidence from medical science and patient care routine, together with feedback systems for healthcare providers.

PMID:
24326702
DOI:
10.1701/1349.14996
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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