Improving diagnosis will not happen overnight, but the most prominent organizations in healthcare and patient advocacy are working together to identify how to improve diagnosis and make care safer.

Led by the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine, the Coalition to Improve Diagnosis increases awareness and promotes actions that can improve diagnosis. The organizations behind ACT for Better DiagnosisTM represent healthcare providers and patients—as well as the leading health organizations involved in patient care. Together, the coalition is working to find solutions that enhance diagnostic safety and quality, reduce harm, and ultimately ensure better health outcomes for patients.

Read the latest ACT Update Newsletter to learn more about what Coalition to Improve Diagnosis members are doing to address diagnostic quality and safety. And sign-up to get our monthly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox.


*Views and knowledge shared by federal liaisons to the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine (SIDM) and the Coalition to Improve Diagnosis (CID) are limited to activities consistent with the mission of the respective federal agencies. Federal participants serving in their official capacity must not be interpreted as agency endorsement of either SIDM or CID’s activities, business practices, or efforts to advocate or lobby for federal funds. Funding for the coalition is provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and The Mont Fund.

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