Many new diagnostic decision support systems have been introduced in recent years but lack rigorous clinical evaluation or even use of real patient data. We used data on urgent cardiology admissions to test an established general diagnosis program. The results were similar to a specialised Heart disease diagnosis program.

Learning Objective: Understand the limitations of current evaluations of diagnosis programs
Learn about methods to rigorously evaluate such systems and the challenges involved


Hamish Fraser (Presenter)
Brown University

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