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ACMQ SRF Journal Club Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Don Casey
33:58
For Dr. Boggan can you discuss the importance of generalizability from this one focused study? What could be done "next" in terms of moving from "proof of concept" to a larger scale set of interventions to reduce ADEs?
Barb Terrill
51:08
One of the inherent challenges in writing an article like this is that the academic review would be on software from a different generation than the new test software. 7-11 years difference is like a software millennia. How would you suggest compensating for this challenge?
Don Casey
51:55
Here's a good reference to the most current activity at the Federal level re work on CDS. https://cds.ahrq.gov/
Don Casey
54:00
This is a great book if you want to read more on AI & Machine Learning in terms of fundamentals: https://www.amazon.com/Master-Algorithm-Ultimate-Learning-Machine/dp/1501299387 A bit older, but certainly not out of date...…..A great book!
Don Casey
55:34
FDA also getting into the business of regulating CDS in terms of the need to demonstrate efficacy and safety.....https://www.fda.gov/regulatory-information/search-fda-guidance-documents/clinical-decision-support-software
Don Casey
58:08
Also a book chapter I authored last year
Don Casey
01:01:58
Good also to target overuse of labs, Lauren https://www.choosingwisely.org/societies/american-society-for-clinical-pathology/
Barb Terrill
01:05:16
If you were to give these authors a grade for how well it followed SQUIRE guidelines, how would you guage it?
Don Casey
01:05:38
Nice job! Thanks, Dr. Boggan!
Charles Gill
01:06:59
Looking forward to joining in the next Journal Club gathering!
Barb Terrill
01:07:18
Thank you to all!
John Matulis
01:07:26
thank you for putting together as well, looking forward to continuing to participate
Charles Gill
01:07:36
Thanks to all contributors!