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Identifying and classifying diagnostic errors in acute care across hospitals: early lessons from the Utility of Predictive Systems in Diagnostic Errors (UPSIDE) study.

Dalal AK, Schnipper JL, Raffel K, et al. Identifying and classifying diagnostic errors in acute care across hospitals: early lessons from the Utility of Predictive Systems in Diagnostic Errors (UPSIDE) study. J Hosp Med. 2023;19(2):140-145. doi:10.1002/jhm.13136.

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February 21, 2024
Dalal AK, Schnipper JL, Raffel K, et al. J Hosp Med. 2023;19(2):140-145.
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Diagnostic errors (DE) in the acute care setting can lead to longer lengths of stay, transfer to higher levels of care, and patient death. This article describes how the Utility of Predictive Systems in Diagnostic Errors (UPSIDE) Study identified and classified DE that resulted in transfer to ICU or potentially preventable death. Lessons from this DE review process can be implemented in other hospitals.

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Dalal AK, Schnipper JL, Raffel K, et al. Identifying and classifying diagnostic errors in acute care across hospitals: early lessons from the Utility of Predictive Systems in Diagnostic Errors (UPSIDE) study. J Hosp Med. 2023;19(2):140-145. doi:10.1002/jhm.13136.

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