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CDS artifacts

CDS artifacts are items that represent medical knowledge from various knowledge sources (e.g., clinical guidelines, peer-reviewed articles, local best practices, and clinical quality measures). The artifacts can take many forms, but the goal is to create computable, interoperable translations using Clinical Quality Language (CQL). As of January 2020, there are 57 CDS artifacts found in the Repository. They span a number of topics including anatomy, health care, diseases, etc. and are contributed by a variety of organizations, including federal agencies.

Last Updated: Apr 02, 2021