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Most people will receive an incorrect or late diagnosis at least once in their lives, sometimes with serious consequences. Yet diagnostic error hasn’t been well studied. The Primary-Care Research in Diagnosis Errors (PRIDE) Learning Network is a local and national effort to improve diagnostic safety, led by Brigham and Women’s Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice with funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and hosted by the Betsy Lehman Center.  By studying misdiagnosis cases, the network’s research will help boost diagnostic accuracy in primary care.

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Are you familiar with a missed or delayed diagnosis in a primary care patient's case?

Check back here in the coming weeks to electronically submit a case for study by the PRIDE Network.