Clinician-computer Cooperation: clinical cognitive support mitigates medical errors

Real-time interaction between programmed processes and included algorithms together with clinical users can create knowledge by: presenting analytic results for clinician selection/verification recording selections for subsequent application/optimization notifying clinicians of pre-defined event occurrence and prompting for next action, free-form or… Read more

Computerized Cognition: computers can provide real-time cognitive support

Real-time cloud-based computing can supplement the human cognitive limitations of professional healthcare providers by: retrieving immediately any data from accessible source files locating and running any accessible programmed procedures executing Bayesian multivariate similarity/predictive analyses executing Boolean rules with compound conditions/actions… Read more