• Commentary
  • Published March 2018

From guideline to order set to patient harm.

This editorial discusses how adverse events can occur if standardized order sets in computerized provider order entry systems are based on outdated or equivocal evidence. The authors outline a process for ensuring order sets and decision support systems contain current and valid evidence in order to maximize their effectiveness and minimize risk to patients. The editorial is based on a case described in the related article.

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