The DynaMed evidence-based methodology (a set of interconnected methodologies) integrates best practices for providing the most useful information for health care professionals to support clinical
Conclusions can be based on the best available evidence only if the evidence is consistently and systematically identified, selected, evaluated, summarized, synthesized and interpreted, and continuously adjusted as new evidence becomes available.
Clinical topic summaries should be consistently and systematically developed with attention to clinical practice information needs, best practices for evidence interpretation, integration of current authoritative guidelines, and synthesis of all these factors.
The system (people, processes, resulting content) needs to be consistent and adaptable, and responsive to feedback.
Recommendations should be developed by clinical experts (without conflicts of interest) using systematic methods applying value judgments with a critical understanding of current comprehensive evidence.