Trust has been identified as a core requirement for knowledge management ecosystems, but has not been well-defined in actionable terms for CDS ecosystems. To address this gap, the Trust Framework Working Group of the Patient-Centered CDS Learning Network/ CDS Connect analyzed a CDS ecosystem to identify attributes and domains of trust most meaningful across CDS ecosystems, and derive actionable recommendations in the context of CDS lifecycle and across functional use cases.

Describe the new knowledge and additional skills the participant will gain after attending your presentation.: After attending this presentation, the participant will be able to (a) define trust in the context of CDS knowledge artifact ecosystems, (b) define attributes of trust in the CDS knowledge artifact ecosystem, and (c) describe and discuss ways in which trust attributes can be applied in practice.


Jodyn Platt (Presenter)
University of Michigan Medical School

Joshua Richardson, RTI International
Blackford Middleton, Apervita, Inc
Barry Blumenfeld, RTI International

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