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dispensing and administering (Tolly, 2018) 1.Costs:Maintaining, supporting and training requirements after the initial layout cost. Rationale:Grants were offer for the initial cost of the program, however the maintenance, support and training cost after can become a burden. Not ever provider can cover these costs and leading to finical issues.In addition, providers will also need to arrange coverage for staff while in training, this can affect patient care and outcome. For Example: Tanzania is in a rural area the
program initial cost was provided by grants and donations. The grants and donations only coved the initial starting cost and didn’t include maintenance cost, additional training cost, material production, travel allowance forparticipant and facilitator (Saronga, 2015)2.Improving quality of care by:Increasing clinicians’ available time for direct patient careIncreasing application of clinical pathways, adherence and guidelinesRationale:Research demonstrated that CDSS improved the adherence to mammogram and colonoscopy guidelines by supporting and improving clinical processing leading to improvement in quality of care and outcomes (Murphy, 2014). Improving quality of care is improvement because it led to better outcomes for patients. 2. Self-Promoting over-relying on (CDSSs)software, limiting out clinicial freedom to critical thinking. Rationale:After working with CDSSs we may face “alarm fatigue”, were we get use toohaving CDSSs gave us our interventions and fail to use our critical thinking. CDSSs is a machine and can not facts in situations that have not be enter. We can become over reliant
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Decision engineering, Clinical Decision Support System