Studies estimate that about five percent of diagnoses are wrong, leading treatment down the wrong road. Experts discuss why misdiagnoses occur, and a new Institute of Medicine report on how they might be prevented.
- Dr. Mark L. Graber, President, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine and Senior Fellow, RTI International
- Dr. Lewis Levy, Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs and Chief Quality Officer, Best Doctors
- Helen Haskell, President, Mothers Against Medical Error