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Rome IV Interactive Clinical Decision Toolkit

  • Guided online access to Rome IV FGID diagnostic and treatment algorithms
  • The recommended platform for online integration of Rome diagnostic algorithms and Multi-Dimensional Clinical Profiles
  • Helps you achieve optimal outcomes with comprehensive on-demand guidance at the point of care
  • Continuously improves through predictive diagnostics and dynamic feedback technology
  • Works on any browser-based device
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Quite simply, the most up-to-date and authoritative body of knowledge ever created for Functional GI Disorders.

Douglas Drossman, M.D.

President, Rome Foundation

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A powerful tool for supporting patient care and for learning and refreshing:

  • Direct access to full range of Rome IV topics
  • Interactive visual navigation of diagnosis & treatment pathways
  • Dynamic pathway highlighting
  • Contextual display of Rome IV references & citations
  • Diagnosis and treatment summary displays


Rome IV Interactive Clinical Decision Toolkit

How Does the Rome IV Decision Toolkit Help YOU?

Patient Care

If you’re a practitioner treating patients with functional GI disorders, the system allows you to integrate the Rome evidenced-based guidelines directly into your clinical care at the moment you need it.


If you’re a trainee or a practitioner refreshing your clinical knowledge, the system can be used to fully explore the Rome IV algorithms and Multi-Dimensional Clinical Profiles increasing your familiarity with a wide range of FGIDs (functional GI disorders).

By using tiered on-screen graphical representations of the Rome IV diagnostic and treatment algorithms, you can interact with the system to select or input symptoms, indications, and tests results. In response, the system visually highlights all relevant pathways, along with alternate pathways which can help users understand the downstream effects of clinical decisions. For each decision step, you are connected to Rome’s background description and supporting case studies with links to citations and key references in the literature. Once you navigate to a conclusion, the system lets you confirm computed diagnoses and treatment regimens, and it summarizes all factors underlying the pathways that led to your conclusion. Expected updates will also allow users to save pathways for specific patients, with educational information embedded to be shared with patient and family members.