Researchers found that the use of clinical decision support resulted in a reduction in mortality and improving patient outcomes

The study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine examined the effects clinical decision support had on unnecessary variation and healthcare quality and it is found that the use of these tools significantly lowered clinician cognitive workload and decreased the time clinicians spent searching for information.

Clinical decision support tools were associated with better patient outcomes as the tools assisted clinicians in providing better care with lower mortality rates for emergency departments with pneumonia, according to this study.

Check more details out here.