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13. Beslissingsondersteuning en feedback in de klinische praktijk

Auteurs : Prof. dr. Michel Wensing, Prof. dr. Trudy van der Weijden

Gepubliceerd in: Implementatie

Uitgeverij: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum

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Samenvatting

Beslissingsondersteuning brengt de beschikbare kennis dicht bij het maken van een beslissing door zorgverlener en patiënt. Beslissingsondersteuning via computersystemen wordt in dit hoofdstuk aangeduid met de Engelstalige afkorting CDSS (computerised decision support systems). Herinneringen (reminders) zijn een specifieke variant van beslissingsondersteuning. De term reminder staat in dit hoofdstuk voor informatie die is ontworpen om een zorgverlener aan een bepaalde aanbeveling voor goede zorg te herinneren. Feedback staat voor het teruggeven van informatie over het eigen handelen aan een zorgverlener, praktijk of instelling teneinde het inzicht in het eigen handelen te vergroten. Bij feedback wordt informatie teruggekoppeld aan een individuele zorgverlener of aan een praktijk, team of instelling. De effectiviteit van feedback en beslissingsondersteuning blijkt wisselend te zijn, maar gemiddeld een effect te hebben op professioneel handelen. Factoren die invloed hebben op de effectiviteit van feedback en beslissingsondersteuning zijn onder meer de motivatie van de ontvanger, timing en frequentie van feedback of reminders, bron en boodschapper, actief/passief karakter, vergelijking met anderen en nabijheid tot het beslismoment.
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Metagegevens
Titel
Beslissingsondersteuning en feedback in de klinische praktijk
Auteurs
Prof. dr. Michel Wensing
Prof. dr. Trudy van der Weijden
Copyright
2023
Uitgeverij
Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-368-2909-0_13