Clinical decision support for immunization (CDSi)
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      The federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) provides expert advice and guidance on the use of vaccines and related agents for the control of vaccine-preventable disease in the United States. ACIP recommend-ations include the age for vaccine administration, number of doses, dosing interval, special indications for at-risk individuals, and precautions and contraindications. As ACIP recommendations are published, evaluation and forecasting engines—known as Clinical Decision Support (CDS) engines—need to be updated to determine recommended immunizations for a patient and deliver those recommendations to the healthcare provider. Funded by the Immunization Information System Support Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Clinical Decision Support for Immunization (CDSi) project was established to harmonize CDS engine outputs by developing a technical framework and resources focusing on the following goals: • Improving the process of updating CDS logic with new and/or changed ACIP recommendations • Increasing the accuracy and consistency of immunization evaluation and forecasting • Improving the ease of developing and maintaining immunization CDS products Publication date from document properties. cdsi-miniguide.pdf
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