Modern decision support systems (DSS) should not work autonomously, but be embedded in information systems (particularly in healthcare, in electronic health records). This will allow you to extract the necessary data in automatic mode and then supplement them in a dialogue with the user. In dynamic systems, when monitoring certain indicators, it is necessary to process the data flow in real time, taking into account the boundary conditions. This will allow providing situational decision-making control, which is especially important in emergency conditions. In addition, there is a need to feed back the formed hypotheses to the information system and explain the proposed solutions. At the same time, information that was obtained additionally in a dialogue with the user of the intelligent system must be transmitted to the database and recorded in certain fields.