A doctor’s best friend

See shows below.

The shows below illustrate use to discuss, provide and report evidence-based, cost-effective care.



Describes features which will make the system highly useable, and provides an overview of use in ED and primary care settings.

Run time: 5 minutes

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Three-part show

Illustrates use by ED and primary care physicians to coordinate cost-effective care over time and across settings.


Part 1: Acute otitis media

Shows how modular data, after use for study, can expedite cost-effective care of this disorder.

Run time: 11 minutes

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Part 2: Community acquired pneumonia

Describes use of an algorithm and scoring system to provide, document and report cost-effective care of this condition.

Run time: 5 minutes

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Part 3: Epigastric pain

Shows how a color-coded, diagnostic profile and Rand/UCLA appropriateness ratings might be employed to prevent overuse of UGI endoscopy.

Run time: 10 minutes

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Case for use of color-coded assistance

Explains need for color-coded, diagnostic assistance and how use can increase the value of and respect for a doctor’s professional service.

Run time: 5 minutes

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Use for study

Describes use of the system for study or review, to prepare for efficient, effective bedside use.

Run time: 8 minutes

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Additional shows

Illustrate use by an ED physician to evaluate chest/epigastric pain, document care of a cardiac arrest, and study the variations of acute coronary syndromes.

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