Create your first model
Once you’re done installing the necessary tools, it’s time to get down to modelling CDS resources (archetypes, guidelines etc.) for your chosen CDS application(s). In the final step of the modelling process, all the CDS resources you create will be spliced to output a working CDS app in the Cambio Cosmic Knowledge Manager. The following tutorials should get you on the way to your first app!
Archetype Editor Primer provides general information about archetypes and gives an overview of the interface and menus of the Archetype Editor software which you will employ in modelling archetypes for your desired application. Archetype Tutorial I provides step by step instructions on modelling an archetype used in “CDS calculator applications”, while Archetype Tutorial II walks step by step through modelling an archetype used in “CDS protocol applications”.
GDL Editor Primer highlights what GDL guides/guidelines are (as distinguished from clinical practice guidelines – CPG) and walks through the interface and menus of the GDL Editor software which you will use in modelling GDL guides for your app. Guideline Tutorial I and Guideline Tutorial II show step by step how to model GDL guides in general, and specifically guides related to the archetypes created in the Archetype Tutorials above.
CM Editor Primer briefly describes how to create basic view files for your modeled application. View files control how the results of an executed GDL guide are displayed in the Cosmic Knowledge Manager and can be useful in visualizing rule execution as it occurs in real-time.
Knowledge Manager Primer details how to use the Cosmic Knowledge Manager to upload all the relevant modeled resources (archetypes, guides and views) to a web-based platform for semi-automated integration, viewing and testing.
Clinical Models Download Guide summarizes how to quickly download all the current, and future, clinical models available on our GitHub page to your local computer for easy access to all of our collection of archetypes, guides, templates and other resource files.