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Diseases that involve multiple organ systems may have variable presentations. Don’t be fooled by a rigid illness script!
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Now that we have shown how patients can identify factors contributing to their misdiagnosis, some next steps for patient reported safety data in @BakerInstitute Health Policy Forum @BakerCHB @HealthEconTX @IQuEStHouston
Can patients identify factors that contribute to their misdiagnosis?
Diagnostic errors are underreported. The authors’ study explores how patients can provide new supplemental data.
In a @politico article, @HardeepSinghMD states that while the new prototype is good, the portfolio of triggers it used would be limited in detecting the various types of harm seen in hospitals.
Researchers find way to catch medical errors as they happen
'This appears to be a genuine pivot away from retrospective reviews of patient safety incidents to real-time analysis.'
Through building awareness and engagement, catalyzing research, supporting changes to medical education and driving quality improvement and patient engagement, SIDM has become driving force in improving diagnosis. https://t.co/0nXdJKG5FD #improvedx
Errors in clinical reasoning are central factors in many diagnostic errors. SIDM has developed the Assessment of Reasoning Tool to support educators in assessing a learner’s clinical reasoning skills during patient presentations. https://t.co/XNnnjlFpJZ #MedEd #medtwitter
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40+ healthcare organizations
are taking action.
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