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eBook The PACE System: An Expert Consulting System for Nursing (Computers and Medicine) ePub

by Steven Evans

  • ISBN: 0387947310
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Steven Evans
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 18, 1996)
  • Pages: 167
  • ePub book: 1105 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1640 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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It offers capabilities critical to managed. In this volume, Steven Evans reports on a quarter century of work-work that resulted in a commercial product known as the PACE System. From this project in nursing informatics, Steven Evans relates both suc­ cesses and failures, sharing the strategies and techniques to adopt and pitfalls to avoid in a project that followed five years of preliminary theo­ retical work.

Beginning with a summary of PACE's twenty year development and its start as a university-based system, the author contrasts the original system with its current version to give a concrete understanding of its evolution.

In this volume, Steven Evans reports on a quarter century of work-work that resulted in a commercial product known as the PACE System. It offers capabilities critical to managed care, including care planning and clinical pathways, the critical pathway analyzer and clinical repository central to outcomes-based care, and more. The pages that follow describe the PACE project, focusing on its knowl­ edge base and semantic network

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Computers and Medicine.

The Pace System : An Expert Consulting System for Nursing. Beginning with a summary of PACE's twenty year development and its start as a university-based system, the author contrasts the original system with its current version to give a concrete understanding of its evolution. Computers and Medicine.

It offers capabilities critical to managed care, including care planning and clinical pathways, the critical pathway analyzer and clinical repository central to outcomes-based care, and more. The pages that follow describe the PACE project, focusing on its knowl­ edge base and semantic network.

PACE-Then and Now " The Pace System: An Expert Consulting System For Nursing. Working systems are outlined in Medicine, Geology and Computing. Some limitations of expert systems are noted and their future potential assessed. Evans, S. " PACE-Then and Now " The Pace System: An Expert Consulting System For Nursing, Springer,(1996): (26-32). An introduction to expert systems. MITIS: a WWW-based medical system for managing and processing gynecological–obstetrical–radiological data.

Computer-aided information systems intended to facilitate the nursing process must be designed to promote adherence to these .

Computer-aided information systems intended to facilitate the nursing process must be designed to promote adherence to these professional standards. For each of the eight standards, the paper tells how a hypothetical expert system could help nurses to meet the standard. A prototype of such an expert system is being developed. Early hospital information systems (HISs) placed computers at nursing stations, and the passage of Medicare in 1965 set reimbursement rules that required documentation, first met by nurses using precoded cards and forms.

The PACE System: An Expert Consulting System for Nursing provides a case study of the research, design, implementation, and commercial distribution of this decision support system. Beginning with a summary of PACE's twenty year development and its start as a university-based system, the author contrasts the original system with its current version to give a concrete understanding of its evolution. Further chapters discuss issues in the initial development of the knowledge base; the specific activities and efforts needed to acquire, maintain, and manage the knowledge base; how the network is maintained. The implementation, distribution, and subsequent validation of the entire clinical system is reviewed. Principles and lessons from the development of PACE are analyzed with the hope that today's researchers and developers will glean useful information from these earlier efforts.