Diagnostic Error Rate Of 21% Revealed By Mayo Clinic Study

Study involved patients referred to Mayo Clinic

CEO SUMMARY: Researchers at the Mayo Clinic showed that only 12% of patients referred to Mayo physicians for a second opinion got a confirmation that their original diagnosis was complete and correct. In 21% of the cases, the diagnosis was completely changed. Among patients who got additional work ups for a second opinion, some 80%

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