Ideas on improving rates of missed/delayed diagnoses in PCP type visits.

Vic Nicholls nichollsvi2 at GMAIL.COM
Sun Jan 19 15:57:55 UTC 2014


Agreed! This is why I asked on this list my previous questions regarding
evidence based diagnoses and interpretation in light of medical
databases. I am on a list that prints retractions and the like. I have
had doctors on the internet suggesting they would wait a couple of years
for medication information, etc. and I can understand why they feel that
way. I see a rational, scientific concern over prescribing of drugs that
have just come out.

I'm not sure I see one when it comes to diagnosis. That's the email list
purpose, and the leading cause of lawsuits, anything we can figure out
to help fix that problem will help doctors and patients.

With all due respect, I'm not interested in lining lawyers' pockets. If
any medical professional feels that way here, please speak up. :)

Victoria


On 1/19/2014 10:27 AM, Robert Bell wrote:
> We need much research. Evidence based diagnoses!
>
> I have been wondering if the creative thoughts of this list could
> somehow be used to provide ideas for the the main areas that need
> reasearch. Response rates might also give a rough idea of priority,
> and what needs to be done first.
>
> Rob Bell







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