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  • Pt. 3C:  The challenge to achieving expert performance: reducing the historic 30% error rate.

    Pt. 3C: The challenge to achieving expert performance: reducing the historic 30% error rate.

    Anthony Mancuso M.D. - Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology - University of Florida - College of Medicine | November 22, 2017


    When we review the historic error rates for radiology trainees, we begin to understand the challenge to achieving expert performance. Waite, et. al. in an excellent recent review article concerning medical errors in diagnostic image interpretation 1 informs us that, “Garland, in groundbreaking work in 1949, reported the error rate in diagnostic imaging interpretation to be 33.3% in positive studies “2. When the denominator is shifted to include all positive and negative studies that might be seen “in a day’s work”, the error number is diluted to approximately 4%, with no accounting for the effect of false positive exams. Read More
  • Pt. 3B: Competency or Passing the Boards? Every patient wants an expert.

    Pt. 3B: Competency or Passing the Boards? Every patient wants an expert.

    Anthony Mancuso M.D. - Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiology - University of Florida - College of Medicine | November 22, 2017


    In this installment in the series we will review of the current state of post graduate medical education and training, and the related methods of competency evaluation. Read More