
Incidence Rate

Prevalence

Sensitivity

Specificity

FalseNegative Rate

FalsePositive Rate

Positive Predictive Value (PPV)

Negative Predictive Value (NPV)

Overall Accuracy, or Diagnostic Efficiency

Deriving Missing Performance Measures When Only Some Are Known

Youden's Index

Discriminant Power for a Test (Test Effectiveness Statistic)

Test Performance in a Population as Prevalence Changes

Determining the Original Data from Test Performance Measures

Algorithm of Grimes and Schulz for Distinguishing Rates, Proportions and Ratios

Interpreting a Test Value Based on a Clinical Study Using Ranked Results

Percent of Patients Misclassified by a Test in a Population with a Given Disease Prevalence

Entropy of a Result Based on the Probability for a Disease

Formulae of Buck and Gart for Apparent Sensitivity and Specificity of a Test Relative to a Reference Method

Identifying Possible Causes for a Difference Between Reported and Observed Sensitivity and Specificity for a Diagnostic Test

Spectrum Effect (Spectrum Bias)

Akaike Information Criterion (AIC) for a Statistical Model

Evaluation of a Test Based on its Sensitivity, Specificity and Youden Index

Bayes's Theorem

Odds and Likelihood Ratios

Odds and Likelihood Ratios for Sequential Testing

Determining the Sensitivity and Specificity for a Test Required to Provide a PostTest Probability for a Specified PreTest Probability

Determining the Sensitivity and Specificity for a Test Based on its Positive and Negative Likelihood Ratios

Weight of Evidence

Number of Tests with a Given Sensitivity and Specificity Required to Achieve a Given PostTest Probability

Final PostTest Probability After Performing a Series of Diagnostic Tests

Risk Sensitivity and Risk Specificity

Arithmetic Mean of Values in a Normal Distribution

Standard Deviation (SD) of Values in a Normal Distribution

Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Logistic Distribution

Coefficient of Stability (CS) for the Mean

Determining the Equation for Converting a Score to a Probability with a Logistic Distribution

Determining a Test's Mean and Standard Deviation from the Normal Reference Range

Determining the Number of Standard Deviations Required to Include a Given Percent of a Population That Follows a Normal Distribution

Determining the Number of People in a Population with a Normal Distribution with Values Higher or Lower Than a Given Result

Zscore

Ceiling or Floor Effect

Geometric Mean

Shapes of Feinstein for Different Data Distributions

Median and Mode in a Distribution

Handling Random Measurement Error in an Outcome Variable

Handling Random Measurement Error in an Exposure Variable (Regression Dilution Bias)

Handling Outlier Data

Overfitting in a Regression Model

Standard Deviation Interval (SDI)

Coefficient of Variation Interval (CVI)

Total Allowable Error

Using the Binomial Distribution to Evaluate a Production Run Based on Random Sampling and the Percent Allowable Defects

Outcome Comparison of Two Groups

Comparison of Two Observers

Test Comparison Using Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) Plots

Determining the Maximum Youden Index for a ROC Plot

The Area Under the Curve for a ROC Plot Symmetrical About the Line for Sensitivity Equal to Specificity

Distance of a Point on the ROC Curve from the Ideal

Correlating the Area Under the ROC Curve (AROC) with the Performance of a Test

The Null Hypothesis, with Type I and Type II Errors

Westgard Control Rules

Using a Series of Control Rules in the Multirule Shewhart Procedure

Criteria for Assessing the Methodologic Quality of Clinical Studies Used by Heyland et al

Method of Evans and Pollock to Evaluate Controlled Clinical Trials

Methodologic Quality Score Used by Hatala et al

Methodologic Quality Score Used by Andrews to Evaluate Clinical Trials of Contrast Media in Radiology

The Score of Jadad et al for Evaluating the Quality of Randomized Clinical Trials

Research Quality Scoring Method of Brown

Quality Score of Halpern and Preston for Clinical Trials, Adapted from the Score of Detsky et al

Quality Score of Krzyzanowski et al for Abstracts Reporting Randomised Clinical Trials at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Meetings

Minimal Data Set for Registration of a Clinical Trial

Classification of Van Spall et al for Appropriateness of Exclusion Criteria in a Clinical Trial

Evidence Scoring (ES) System of Yamazaki for Comparing the Strength of Evidence for a Drug in Large Scale Clinical Trials

PEDro (Physiotherapy Evidence Database) Scale for Evaluating the Evidence for Physiotherapy Practice

Method of Lehmann et al for Categorizing the Strengths and Weaknesses of a Clinical Trial

Avoiding Pitfalls in Subgroup Analysis

Will Rogers Phenomenon in Outcome Analysis

Criteria of Heddle and Cook for Deciding If a Composite Outcome Is Being Used Appropriately in a Clinical Trial

Placebo versus Active Controls in a Clinical Trial

Interpreting Results of a NonInferiority Clinical Trial

Levels of Evidence of Dugoua et al for Therapeutic Efficacy

Definitions of Westra et al for Minimal Risk in a Pediatric Clinical Trial

Ascertainment Error (OverAscertainment, UnderAscertainment)

Number Needed to Treat (NNT), Relative Risk Reduction (RRR, Relative Risk Difference) and Absolute Risk Reduction (ARR, Absolute Risk Difference)

Net Intervention Effect

Rule of Thumb by Rumke for the Upper Confidence Limits for an Adverse Event Occurring If None Are Seen in a Study Population

Number Needed to Harm (NNH)

Number Needed to Treat With Unmitigated Success

Number Needed to Treat With Unmitigated Failure

Likelihood of Being Helped versus Harmed (LHH)

Number Needed to Treat Using the Hazard Ratio

Channeling Bias

Simpson's Paradox

Response Shift

Immortal Time Bias (Survivor Treatment Selection Bias)

Attained Effect (AE) and Maximum Attained Effect (MAE)

Cascade Effect

The Corrected Risk Ratio and Estimating Relative Risk

The Population Attributable Risk (PAR) Percent

Population Impact Number From Eliminating a Risk Factor (PINER)

Disease Impact Number (DIN) of Heller and Dobson

Relative Risk for Improvement

Estimating the Number of Events Required to Achieve a Certain Risk Ratio Based on a Relative Risk Per Event

Confidence Interval for a Single Mean

Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Two Means

Confidence Interval for a Single Proportion

Confidence Interval When the Proportion in N Observations is 0 or 1

Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Two Proportions Based on the Odds Ratio

Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Two Proportions Using the Normal Approximation

Odds and Percentages

BenefittoRisk Ratio and Treatment Threshold for Using a Treatment Strategy

Testing and Test Treatment Thresholds

Determining If Surgery Is Indicated for a Condition Based on the Rate of Symptom Progression and Life Expectancy

Criteria of Schneiderman et al to Identify Medical Futility

Greenwich Grading System (GGS) for the Value of an Investigation in Patient Care

Severity and Likelihood Matrix

Feasibility Index of Lanzarini et al

Assessing Therapeutic Efficacy in Clinical Practice Using the LUNDEX

ACOG Ethics Committee Definitions of Medical Futility

Healthy LifeYears (HeaLY) Estimation

Quality Adjusted Life Year (QALY)

Cost Savings of an Immunization Program

Selection of Medical Management Strategy Based on CostEffectiveness

Marginal CostEffectiveness Ratio

CostBenefit Analysis with Net Present Value or Benefit

Criteria of Petitti for Selecting a Treatment Based on CostEffectiveness

SAFE (Safe, Appropriate, Fiscally Neutral, Effective) Principles When Selecting a Therapy

Estimating Changes in Life Expectancy Using the DEALE

Estimating the Average Annual Mortality Rate Using the DEALE and Survival Curves

Calculating the Kappa Coefficient for 2 Observations by 2 Observers

Calculating the Kappa Coefficient for 3 Observations by 2 Observers

Calculation of the Alpha Coefficient for a Battery of Tests

The Crossroads 99 Criteria for Screening Assessment

The Possible Types of Bias in Disease Screening

Criteria for a Useful Screening Test

Criteria of Cadman et al for Assessing the Effectiveness of a Community Screening Program

Criteria of Welch and Black for Evaluating a Report Describing the Randomized Trial of a Screening Test

Surveillance Bias (Detection Bias)

Recall Bias (Responder Bias)

Failing to Disclose or Lying About Risk Factors

Quality Indicators for Health Information on the Internet

Grading Instrument for Evaluation of Peer Review of Manuscripts

Criteria of Oxman et al for Scientific Quality of a Research Overview Article

Scoring Method of Callaham et al for Quality of Peer Review

Patterns of von Elm et al for Describing Duplicate Publication in the Medical Literature

Guidelines of Smith et al for Scoring the Quality of a Poster Presentation at a Scientific Meeting

Warning Signs of Bruhn for Published Claims Made About a Food, Drug or Therapy

Criteria of Slawson and Shaughnessy for Clinically Useful Information

Evaluating the Usefulness of Information from an Expert

Impact Factor (IF) for a Journal

When to Suspect a Hoax

Criteria of Radulescu et al for Evaluating a Prevalence Survey

Factors Affecting the Quality of a Query on the Internet

Daubert Guidelines for Determining If Evidence is Scientifically Based

Classification for the Investigation of a Waterborne Disease Outbreak

Criteria of the Editors from the Journal Obstetrics & Gynecology for Grading the Quality of a Journal Reviewer

Review Assessment Questionnaire of Landkroon et al

Editor Assessment Questionnaire

Criteria of Wasson et al for Evaluating the Report of a Clinical Prediction Rule

Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Criteria for Retracting a Publication

Criteria of Annesley for a WellWritten Abstract

Recommendations of Best for Evaluating a Statistic Reported in the Literature

Overmatching in a Case Control Study

Criteria of the ICMJE for an Author of a Journal Article

Data Fabrication and Falsification

Method of Shekelle et al for Determining if a Clinical Practice Guideline Should be Updated

NICE Recommendations for Parameters to Consider When Developing a Clinical Guideline

The Lorenz Curve and Gini Coefficient

The Robin Hood Index (Pietra Ratio) and Allocation of Health Care Providers

Calculation of the Brier Score for a Prognostic Index

The Reliable Change Index (RCI)

Significant Change in a Laboratory Test Result

Confidence Level Descriptions in Diagnosis

Explicit Tests for Verifying a Diagnosis

Attribution Scheme of Sanders et al for the Likelihood of a Diagnosis

Using a Therapeutic Trial (Test of Treatment) to Make a Diagnosis

Great Imitators (Masqueraders) in Diagnosis

Susser's Rules of Inference in Epidemiology

Sources of Bias in MetaAnalysis of Controlled Clinical Trials

Causes of Naylor for Differences Between Apparently Similar Clinical Trials

Isquared of Higgins et al for Measuring Inconsistency in a MetaAnalysis

Algorithm of Grimes and Schulz for Classifying a Clinical Research Study

Levels of Evidence and Grades of Recommendations from Cook, Sackett et al.

Grading the Evidence for a Clinical Guideline Using the GRADE Approach

Levels of Evidence of Sackett and Goldsmith for a Clinical Sign or Symptom

The STOX (Systematic Reviews, Trials, Observational Studies, Expressions of Opinion) Classification of Evidence

P Score (Prognostic Value) of a Prognostic Factor

Strength of a Recommendation in a Clinical Guideline from the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA)

Hawthorne Effect

The Perceived Involvement in Care Scale (PICS)

Perceived Personal Control (PPC) Questionnaire of Berkenstadt

Algorithm for Expert Classification of Chest Radiographs in Pneumoconiosis

Classification of Murphy et al for Agreement Between Pathologists

Index of Weighted Percentage Agreement Between 2 Observers Using 4 Ordinal Categories

Use of the McNemar Index to Identify Biased Disagreements in Binary Classifications By Two Observers

Method of Schulz and Grimes for Maximizing Patient FollowUp in a Clinical Trial

Acceptable Rate of Loss to FollowUp in a Clinical Trial

Use of Cohen's Effect Size Index for Two Samples with Independent Means to Determine the Number in Each Sample to Provide Optimum Power

Design Effect (DE) for Clustered Samples

Numeracy Score to Determine a Patient's Understanding of Chance Occurrences

The Paling Perspective Scale for Presenting Risk

Comparing the Risk of a Medical Event to Life Events

Acceptance vs Outrage for a Perceived Risk

Different Kinds of Attitudes People Have Towards Risk and Its Handling

The Chances of Getting 2 Specified Numbers on 2 Rolls of 2 Dice

Why a Person Will Stay in a Location with a Significant Environmental Risk

Criteria of Hill for Causal Association of an Exposure

Hazards of Indiscriminate Blame for an Intervention

Sampling Error

Data Drift

Sidak Correction for the Statistical Significance of Multiple Tests

Cumulative Probability Value When Combining a Group of Independent Tests

Fitting Data to a Hypothesis (Procrustean Data Torturing)

Fitting a Hypothesis to Data (Opportunistic Data Torturing)

Screening for Evidence of Data Torturing

Number of Possible Combinations for a Subset of Findings

Factors of Boynton for Increasing the Response Rate to Questionnaires

Types of Sampling for a Questionnaire

Checklist of Boynton and Greenhalgh for Prerelease Evaluation of a Questionnaire

Calculating the Response Rate for a Questionnaire

Flynn Effect and Results of Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Tests Over Time

Calculating the Expected Value for a Probabilistically Distributed Quantity

Comparing the Outcomes of Two Strategies for Probabilistic Dominance

Decision Analysis for an Insurance Company Covering a Malpractice Claim

Features of Dysfunctional Thinking

Characteristics of a Negative or Destructive Cult

Availability Bias (Availability Heuristic)

Selective Reporting Bias (Publication Bias, Outcome Reporting Bias)

Ego Bias and Reverse Ego Bias

Outcome Bias

Early Adopter Bias

Biases That Can Affect a Consensus Conference

Interactions of Diagnosis and Reporting Biases

Interviewer Bias

Victory Disease

Cognitive Dissonance

Reasons for a Rush to Judgment

Ambiguity and Disambiguation

Ostrich Syndrome

Types of Binary Choices: Hobson’s, Morton’s Fork and Dilemmas

Asymmetry Index (AI) Between Measurements of Objects on the Left and Right Sides

Calculating the NASA Task Load Index (NASATLX) for a Task

Magical Number 7 Plus or Minus 2 for Working Memory (Miller's Law)

Synergy Index Multiplicative (SIM) of Khoury and Flanders in GeneEnvironment Interaction Case Control Studies

Synergy Index Additive Model of Khoury and Flanders in GeneEnvironment Interaction Case Control Studies

Clinical Algorithm Structural Analysis (CASA) Complexity Score

Conditions Which Can Result in Error When Using a Clinical Prediction Rule

Triggers for Automated Execution of a Clinical Algorithm

Creating a Score from Coefficients Derived from Logistic Regression Analysis

Various Approaches to Handling a Clinical Prediction Model If Data Is Missing

10 Reasons Why a Clinician May Not Use an Algorithm

Questions of Farooq et al for Evaluating the Performance of a Prognostic Score

Classification of Feinstein for Scales

Time to Achieve a Change in Value for a First Order Process

Rates for Describing Combat Casualties (Killed in Action, etc.)

Disease Rate and Transition Probability

Factors Affecting the Reliability of SelfReported Information

Simple and Compound Interest

Annual Inflation Rate

Types of Failures in Medical Software Testing

FDA Level of Concern for Medical Software Contained in a Medical Device

Requirements When Submitting Medical Software for FDA Approval

Requirements for an Electronic Signature

Requirements for Adequate Backup of a Computer

Problems with Barcode Labels

Desirable Characteristics of Smith for a Clinical Decision Support System

Predictors of Sittig et al for a Clinician's Acceptance of an Alert from a Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS)

Post Hoc Fallacy

Types of Ad Hominem Fallacies

Decision Influenced by a Speaker's Behavior

AppealBased Arguments

Risk Telescoping

False Dilemma

Dosing to Toxicity

Reasons People Believe a Pathologic Liar

Ecological Fallacy

Urban Legend (Urban Myth)

Association Fallacy

Slippery Slope

Gambler's Fallacy (Monte Carlo Fallacy)

Confusing Cause and Effect

Anchoring Bias (Focusing Bias)

Cherry Picking Fallacy (Fallacy of Incomplete Evidence)

Hazards Associated with a False Alarm

Inattentional Blindness

Warning Overload

Prioritizing Warnings

Habituation and Adaptation to an Alarm or Warning

Requirements for an Auditory Warning to Be Effective

Requirements for an Visual Warning to Be Effective

Barriers That May Limit the Effectiveness of an Alarm or Warning

Reasons Why a Person May Not Heed a Warning

Classifying a Failure of a Warning System

Ways That a Vandal May Interfere with a Visible Warning Sign

Shape and Color Standards for Common Workplace Safety Signs

Factors of SmithJackson to Consider When Transferring an Information Resource to a Different Culture

Factors of Bonell et al Affecting the Delivery of an Intervention To Another Site

Recommended Steps for Translating a Questionnaire into Another Language

Bait and Switch

Risk Factors for Being Taken by a Scam or Confidence Trick

Ponzi Scheme

Risk Factors for Being Taken by a Person Displaying Feigned Anger

Interquartile Range (IQR)

Dixon’s Q Test to Detect an Outlier in a Data Set

Calculating the Confidence Interval (CI) for a Difference Using the Reported P value

Calculating the Confidence Interval (CI) for a Ratio Using the Reported P value

Elements of Decision Regret

Observational Intensity Bias

Gold Rush Fever

Elements of a Fad

Demoralization

Target Fixation (Moth Effect)

Bystander Effect

Conversion of Logistic Regression Coefficient and Odds Ratio

Determining the Factor for a Logistic Regression Model If the Probability and Coefficients Are Known

Selling Price

Goals of the AJCC for a Cancer Staging System

Spin of Study Findings

Standardized Increment of Two Treatment Groups (Effect Size, Standardized Mean Difference)

Overestimation Error (Overdiagnosis)

Omitted Variable Bias

Exposure Misclassification Bias

Criteria of Bradford Hill for Defining Causation of Disease By an Environmental Exposure

Reasons for Mixed or Contradictory Messages

Difficulties That an Older Adult May Have with an Alarm or Warning

Shill

Ghostwriting and Ghost Authorship

Occam’s Razor (Principle of Parsimony, Principle of Frugality, KISS)

Creating an Asset Bubble

Mental Fatigue

Optimism Bias and Pessimism Bias

Distorted Thinking Associated with Depression

Goals of Cappellini et al for a Disease Severity Scoring System (DSSS)

Return on Investment (ROI)

Altruism

Referral Bias (Verification Bias)

NonResponse Bias in a Survey

Attractiveness and Unattractiveness Bias

Creating an Additive Score from Odds or Hazard Ratios

Classification of Ferner and Aronson for Human Error

Troubleshooting a Failure of a Clinical Algorithm to Transport to a New Location

Levels of Justice et al for Validation of a Predictive System

Number Allowed to Diagnose (NAD), Number Needed to Misdiagnose (NNM) and Probability of Misclassification

Estimating a Comparable Value for an Analyte Performed By a Different Method

Surgical Selection Bias

Checklist of Downs and Black for Evaluating the Methodological Quality of a Study of a Health Care Intervention

Standards of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) for Clinical Practice Guidelines

Masking

Dilemma or Trilemma

Horizon Effect

Symptoms of Janis for Groupthink

Straight Line Depreciation

Decision Fatigue

Fog of War

Predatory Publishing

Healthy Worker Bias (Healthy Worker Effect, Healthy User Bias)

Protopathic Bias

Hindsight Bias

Double Standard

Turning Off an Alarm

System Usability Scale (SUS)

DecisionMaking Scale for an Administrator Buying Computer Software

Mania or Panic

Pathetic Fallacy

Hazard versus Risk in Risk Assessment

Regression to the Mean (RTM)

Criteria of Epstein for the Determining the Utility of an Oral Cancer Screening Test

BEEM (Best Evidence in Emergency Medicine) Rater Scale of Worster et al

McMaster Online Rating of Evidence (MORE) Scale

Sampling Bias in Research Involving Prisoners and Other Captive Populations

Failure to Detect or Respond to a Deterioration in a Chronic Condition

CARE Method for Minimizing Diagnostic Errors

Risk Factors for Misdiagnosis

Criteria of Kerzner et al for an Ideal Classification of Feeding Difficulties

Time Trade Off (TTO) Utility Score

Diagnostic Discordance in a Transferred Patient

Timing and Significance of an Outside Pathology Consult

Testimation Bias

Confirmation Bias

Automation Bias

Risk Factors for Procrastination

Demonization

Scapegoating

Irrational Procrastination Scale (IPS) of Steel

Social Feedback Loop

Unintentional Procrastination Scale (UPS)

Pure Procrastination Scale (PPS)

Susceptibility to Temptation Scale (STS)

Learning Curve

Learning Effect When Performing a Task

Prescriptive Algorithm

Operator Error and Misuse of a Clinical Algorithm

Negative Effects of Superstition and Magical Thinking

Straw Man Fallacy

Signs That a Person May Be in Trouble at Work

Stages of Smith for a Long Confidence Game

Salting a Mine

Engaging the Mark in a Criminal Act

Attrition Bias

FDA Requirements for a Human Clinical Trial Using a Drug

Evaluation of Studies in a MetaAnalysis Using a Funnel Plot

Corruption of Absolute Power

Traits of a Bad Manager

Information Overload

Electronic Health Record Information Blocking

Interoperability

Features of an Asset Bubble (Speculative Craze)

Academic Life Lessons of Levin

Traits of a Good Manager

Modified NewcastleOttawa Scale for the Evaluation of NonRandomized Controlled Studies

White Hat Bias

Novelty Bias

Being Bored and Distracted

Stereotyping

Paradox of Choice

Misdirection

Ways of Committing Fraud in a Product

Dark Pattern in a Website or App

False Omission Rate

False Discovery Rate

Likelihood Ratio for a Positive Subject

Likelihood Ratio for a Negative Subject

Guide of Kurichi and Sonnad for the Selection of an Appropriate Statistical Method to Analyze Clinical Data

Cost of Preventing an Event (COPE Statistic)

Clues of Markowitz and Hancock to a Fraudulent Scientific Report

National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Categories of Evidence

5Item Patient Health Engagement (PHE) Scale of Graffigna et al

Collider Bias (Admission Rate Bias)

SelfReporting and Social Desirability Biases

Prescription Bias

Content Validity Index (CDI) and Its Variations

Hick's Law

Gaslighting

Ageism

Lookism (Appearance Discrimination)

Converting a Multiple of the Upper Limit of Normal (ULN) to a Z Score

Fragility Index

hIndex for an Author of Scientific Papers

QUADAS Tool for Quality Assessment of Diagnostic Accuracy

Hypothesize and Match for RuleIn and RuleOut

Herd Mentality

Willful Blindness

Conflict of Interest

Fanatic or Zealot

Moral Hazard

PumpandDump

Fraboni Scale of Ageism (FSA)

Succession, Identity and Consumption (SIC) Ageism Scale of North and Fiske

Relational Ageism Scale (RAS)

PEDro (Physiotherapy Evidence Database) Scale for a Clinical Trial

Allocation of Scarce Medical Resources

Chances of an Abnormal Test Result in a Healthy Patient If Multiple Tests Are Performed

Regulatory Burden and Death by a Thousand Cuts

CherryPicking

Algorithmic or Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bias

Credit Risk

Prescription Digital Therapeutic (PDT)

Spanish Prisoner

False Flag

Due Diligence

Negativity Bias

Distance Bias

Levels of a Maturity Model (Capability Maturity Model) for Achieving Best Practices

AHRQ Criteria for a Learning Health System (LHS)

Sample Size Calculation of Negida et al for a Diagnostic Test Accuracy Based on Sensitivity and Specificity

Equation of Peduzzi et al for Determining the Sample Size When Logistic Regression Analysis is Performed

Present Bias (Immediate Gratification, Immediacy Effect)

Organizational Bias

Greater Fool Theory

Basis Points (BPS, bips)

Mortgage Points

Goodwill

Federal Computer Security Incident Categories (CAT)

Pareto Principle, Sturgeon's Law and the 8020 Rule

Cutting the Gordian Knot

Matthews Correlation Coefficient (MCC)

Black Swan Event

WHO Stages L1 to L4 for a Computerized Clinical Guideline

Ghosting

Conspiracy Theories

Coping with Inflation

Stagflation

Superstitions Associated with the Number 13 (Triskaidekaphobia, Paraskevidekatriaphobia)

Normalization of Behavior

Business Iron, Scope or Quality Triangle (Good, Fast, Cheap)

SWOT Analysis

Stages of Computerized Clinical Guideline Development Using Business Process Modeling and Notation