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Diagnostic Error Prevention

Recent studies have shown that one in ten diagnoses is wrong. These errors account for approximately 40,000-80,000 deaths per year in the United States, or ten deaths per hospital each year. Join Mark L. Graber, MD, FACP and several esteemed colleagues as they share practical recommendations to reduce cognitive- and system-related factors that lead to diagnostic errors. Get an understanding of the framework for how these errors arise and key interventions to reduce the risk of harm.

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Mark L. Graber, MD, FACP
Founder and President, SIDM, Senior Fellow, RTI International, Professor Emeritus, SUNY Stony Brook
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