benzonit at GMAIL.COM
Thu May 5 12:29:33 UTC 2016
This idea would be easy to implement by bringing amazon-level technology into the picture.
When I fill out a death certificate, I use a pen, electronic or physical.
I might use a computer, but the technique is still 1970s.
I don't have any history so this data is lost.
Why not auto fill with prior ICD9 or 10 codes attributed to this person from the last 10 years? (I don't know the correct number of years.)
Then machine search for patterns.
This is already done for trauma related deaths.
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On May 4, 2016, at 22:11, robert bell <0000000296e45ec4-dmarc-request at LIST.IMPROVEDIAGNOSIS.ORG> wrote:
> It is not common practice to put either Error in Diagnosis, or Error in Medicine on a death certificate. They seem to require some kind of diagnosis even if it may be incorrect.
> Could this Society change that with action and recommendations or would you have to first change litigation law to achieve that?
> Are there any other solutions that would be acceptable?
> This would seem to be part of that data lack that plagues the Error in Medicine discipline.
> Robert M. Bell, M.D., Ph.C.
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