In a recent blog note (see: Static Versus Dynamic Lab Test Selection Algorithms), I mentioned a product that could be used to create customized dynamic decision-support rules. Dr. Mammen, whose original comment had promoted this blog note, submitted the following additional comment:
The tool I have been using is called the mTuitive xPert (mTuitive, MA.). It is designed to be used by non-programmer/domain knowledge content manager (as I see myself). One can acquire content from the company or build it in to suit local practices. It allows building of rules, using logic to control list items and also accept formulae to determine staging/grading. We are also exploring the potential for other domains - non-cancer related.
I was negligent in not having mentioned the mTuitive xPert product and providing a link to the company web site, an error which I have now corrected.