Study finds overconfidence in diagnoses

08/29/2013 | HealthLeaders Media

A Baylor College of Medicine study found overconfidence in diagnostic decisions, which could affect patient care, and researchers said health care facilities need better systems of feedback about diagnoses. Study data reported in JAMA Internal Medicine found similar levels of provider confidence in classes of cases where misdiagnoses were rare as in classes where misdiagnoses were common.

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