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In addition to adding new clinical tools, MDCalc has also created multiple COVID-19 resources, including a special free toolkit version of their EHR integration that makes accessing relevant scores at the point-of-care and documenting the results even easier.
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Ever since researchers with the legendary Framingham Heart Study created the first calculator to gauge the chances of having a heart attack, such tools have become a routine part of medicine.
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The only area I believe the app can improve is in a better way of presenting all the clinical tools available. It can be overwhelming for some individuals.
Risk calculators are " vital for improving medical decision-making," Dr. Kattan says. "Tools like this represent another step toward personalized medicine that will ultimately improve efficiency, outcomes and patient care."
Clinical scoring systems are well established in medical practice and have been shown to add value in developing clinical guidelines, monitoring population health and evaluating clinical outcomes. They have been adopted in areas where an aggregated score has been shown to better predict prognosis than the clinical parameters alone.
A recent survey by EB Medicine has shown that MDCalc’s 370+ tools are now used weekly by 65% of U.S. attending physicians and nearly 80% of U.S. residents, which may make it the most broadly used medical reference. It is still owned and run by the physicians who started it, without outside investment or outside corporate influence (just like Medgadget).
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