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Wed Nov 22 21:20:33 UTC 2017
That would be easily done, but the conversation has to be safe.
On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 2:28 PM, Robert Bell <
0000000296e45ec4-dmarc-request at list.improvediagnosis.org> wrote:
> Dear list members,
> I have been interested in the recent discussions about diagnostic problems.
> However, I wondered if there might be more comment, more interest if the
> arguments were illustrated by examples. I wondered if we might learn
> something if, for example, the difficulties of diagnosing a Myocardial
> infarction were compared to say a Takotsuba cardiomyopathy (which I
> understand is not too uncommon).
> Then I said to myself, is the reluctance to talk about the actual clinical
> situation in our discussions in some way governed by privacy considerations
> - and in the US the confining HIPPA regulations.
> But there should be a way to overcome that by using fictitious stories,
> modified stories to preserve privacy, very old stories, etc., etc.
> Would some list guidelines help and get us closer to the actual patient in
> our deliberations?
> HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL.
> Rob Bell, MD
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