quick ?

Janel Hopper janelhopper at COMCAST.NET
Wed Apr 23 17:09:45 UTC 2014


How would we know Steve? The patients and families might be best source of info, but the systems make it impossible for a patient to report unless he wants a hit man showing up at the door.

Janel

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> On Apr 23, 2014, at 9:01 AM, "Pauker, Stephen" <SPauker at TUFTSMEDICALCENTER.ORG> wrote:
> 
> What # is quoted for freq of diag errors in routine practice
> without reference to selection bias??
>  
> I think I heard a news story quoting something like 40% of encounters or patients.
> Hard to believe that # which seems grossly inflated
>  
> Steve
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