This new intelligent software program created by the Rome Foundation and LogicNets addresses the sophistication and complexity of diagnosis and treatment through an intelligent platform that interactively helps practitioners achieve the most optimal clinical outcomes. Using the database of knowledge through combining the diagnostic algorithm and MDCP books the program takes the clinician from assessment to treatment using decision pathways created by the Rome Foundation Board of Directors and the Rome IV chapter committee members.
Participants learn interactively. The program responds to input by the clinician and then interactively guides practitioners through optimal diagnostic and treatment pathways. The intelligent software also continues to learn. User input is retained and catalogued. When decision branches occur that contain uncertainties, the information is presented to the board of experts who help modify the algorithm in order to improve its performance.
This program will aid practitioners around the world to successfully access Rome expertise, diagnose and treat patients, increase their own knowledge and credentials, and contribute to outcomes-based learning facilitated by this constantly learning system. Beta testing is underway and the program will be available for general use in summer 2016.
This is a 3-Year license.