FW: Next steps: Preventing Diagnostic Error through Patient Engagement in Ambulatory Care Settings
edbjwinslow at GMAIL.COM
Fri Jul 26 16:42:28 UTC 2019
Interesting Mark. I took the time to listen to the podcast - found it
I wonder whether we give enough credence to the observation that "history
taking" is important and that it can often lead to the correct diagnosis.
Learning to be reactive to "hints" is hard. Maybe the work that Weiner is
doing should get more recognition.
Someone once said that the way to make the correct diagnosis is to let the
patient tell you (or something like that). Not sure that AI at its current
level would be better than the physician.
Thanks for sharing.
On Thu, Jul 25, 2019 at 6:32 PM Mark Graber <
Mark.Graber at improvediagnosis.org> wrote:
> Thanks to Saul Weiner for sharing this very entertaining (and scary)
> Podcast about his team’s work with secret shoppers in health care – just
> released. Want to learn a LOT about diagnostic error? Directly observed
> care with ‘secret shoppers’ is the way to go !
> The Podcast, *An Arm & A Leg*, is sponsored by the Kaiser Family
> I’m sure Saul would appreciate feedback; you can reach him at …..
> Saul J. Weiner, MD
> Principal, Institute for Practice and Provider Performance Improvement
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