Clinical Impact of Internet-Based Decision Aids to Provide Expert Guidance on Clinical Management of Cancer

Expert recommendations delivered via online, interactive decision support tools change or confirm the practitioners’ clinical approach in the majority of cases. Providing customized, patient-specific expert advice may increase the number of optimal treatment decisions in the community. Decision aids can be a "bridge” between treatment guidelines (which provide general options for a broad group of patients) to clinical practice (where clinicians must make specific decisions for specific patients).

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