Clinical Diagnostic Decision Support Systems—An Overview View Full Text


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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

Randolph A. Miller , Antoine Geissbuhler

ABSTRACT

Since primeval times, mankind has attempted to explain natural phenomena using models. For the past four decades a new kind of modeler, the health care informatician, has developed and proliferated a new kind of model, the Clinical Diagnostic Decision Support System (CDDSS). Modeling historically was, and still remains, an inexact science. Ptolemy, in the ‘Almagest’, placed the earth at the center of the universe, and could still explain why the sun would rise in the east each morning. Newton’s nonrelativistic formulation of the laws of mechanics work well for earth-bound engineering applications. Past and present CDDSS incorporate inexact models of the incompletely understood and exceptionally complex process of clinical diagnosis. Yet mankind, using imperfect models, has built machines that fly and has cured many diseases. Because CDDSS augment the natural capabilities of human diagnosticians, it is likely they will be employed productively.1 More... »

PAGES

3-34

Book

TITLE

Clinical Decision Support Systems

ISBN

978-1-4757-3905-3
978-1-4757-3903-9

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4757-3903-9_1

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-3903-9_1

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