Corpus ID: 4846362

Identifying Patients at Increased Disease Risk: Comparing Clinical Judgment and a Clinical Risk Assessment

@inproceedings{Wu2014IdentifyingPA,
  title={Identifying Patients at Increased Disease Risk: Comparing Clinical Judgment and a Clinical Risk Assessment},
  author={R. Wu and C. Beadles and Tiffany Himmel and A. Buchanan and K. Powell and E. Hauser},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction: There are several barriers to the appropriate use of Family Health History (FHH) for risk management within primary care. Among these is a lack of physician confidence in their ability to identify high risk individuals and determine guideline concordant care. In this study, we compared Primary Care Providers’ (PCP) clinical assessment of appropriate risk-management for patients to guideline based recommendations generated by an IT platform, MeTree. In addition, we compared MeTree… Expand

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