Patient Safety and Practice Assessment
Apply the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Training for Healthcare Providers on Lyme Disease using clinical decision support (CDS). CDS for Lyme disease should be built directly into the clinician workflow and support decision making for a specific patient at the point of care. Specific examples of how the guideline could be incorporated into a CDS workflow include but are not limited to: electronic health record (EHR) based prescribing prompts, order sets that require review of guidelines before prescriptions can be entered, and prompts requiring review of guidelines before a subsequent action can be taken in the record.
Improve health outcomes for patients with Lyme disease by leveraging clinical decision support (CDS) and training tools.
Evidence of eligible clinicians utilizing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Training for Healthcare Providers on Lyme Disease via CDS. Include the following element:
1) CDC Training for Healthcare Providers on Lyme Disease via CDS within eligible clinicians’ workflow – Evidence that guidance from the CDC's training is available to eligible clinician(s) via CDS, and that guidance from the training is incorporated into eligible clinicians’ workflow. May include: electronic health record-based prescribing prompts and/or Lyme Disease specific order sets, order sets that require review of training guidance, and prompts requiring review of guidelines before a subsequent action can be taken.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s resources on CDS: https://cds.ahrq.gov/