Outsell Report Defines and Sizes the Clinical Decision Support Market
The Clinical Decision Support (CDS) market continues to define itself as increasingly sophisticated technology and a growing base of clinical information combine to support decision-making at the point of care.
By: Outsell, Inc.
Healthcare has come a long way in the past decade, in part due to health demands of the aging baby boomer generation, but also because technology and advanced research methodologies have uncovered new diseases, conditions, and treatments. As information about each emerges, continually expanding the medical knowledge base, the need for clinicians to stay on top of the most recent information is imperative - and impossible. Clinical Decision Support tools came to be because of, and now support, that imperative. As they keep pace with discovery, technology delivers information that saves lives, reduces costs, and supports population health.
"Clinical decision support plays an increasingly important role at the point of care as clinicians try to stay on top of new clinical findings, combining those with information specific to patients," said Deni Auclair, Outsell VP & Lead Analyst and the report's author. "It is critical that clinical decision support systems, including clinical reference tools, meet the needs of today's healthcare providers."
With a market nearing $1 billion in size by the end of the decade, CDS tools will remain essential elements of clinical workflows on a global level.
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