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Supporting Clinicians in a World of Dynamic Medical Knowledge

As evidence and technology rapidly evolve to meet the needs created by COVID, each clinician must learn and understand what is newly discovered—whether about COVID-19 or other conditions. They must discuss with peers and make clinical decisions based on the latest, most reliable knowledge and evidence.

In an environment in which evidence and guidance change quickly, clinicians need the ability to access various levels of scientific evidence and understanding to support patient care—from guidelines, to case reports, to summarized information. One level might just not be enough.

With so much information and technology available, it’s easy to get lost in the “how” and “when” of patient care. But to fully support clinicians, we must also remember the “why.”

Supporting Clinicians in a World of Dynamic Medical Knowledge

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