Literature

Title: The effectiveness of technological solutions on hospital performance to reduce misdiagnosis

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4 brief summaries of recent, scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles or government publications that support/justify a current and relevant business problem in your discipline or professional field (dissertations and doctoral studies are not peer-reviewed). Source(s) supporting your framework should be included. Include the complete, APA reference entry followed by (a) an in-text citation, (b) what they studied, (c) what they found, and (d) why this is important in relation to your study. This evidence provides the justification for your research problem.

NOTE: The studies you choose should be particularly relevant to your topic, rather than general, so that you are able to provide support for your specific problem. Several should address the conceptual framework.

 

1. Use one or two sentences to address each question

2. Include the alphabet (a) (b) (c) and (d)

3. Use the title of your study as the launchpad from which you speak about the relatedness to your study: Business related.

4. Conceptual framework is Kaizen Method.

5. Provide DOI

6. Title: The effectiveness of technological solutions on hospital performance to reduce misdiagnosis

 

Example:

Seidl, E., & Seidl, O. (2021). Do my feelings fit the diagnosis? Avoiding misdiagnoses in psychosomatic consultation services. Journal of healthcare risk management: The journal of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, 41(2), 9–17. https://doi.org/10.1002/jhrm.21456

a. Seidl and Seidl (2021) conducted a quantitative study to examine the elements that contribute to misdiagnoses that according to them is a problem that remains ranged from 10 – 15% for many decades..found by psychosomatic consultation services .

b. Seidl and Saidl (2021) investigated the causes using semi structured interviews with the referring physician and analyzed the reasons for suspecting a misdiagnosis through systematic reflection during peer supervision. During the research, 24 illnesses were misdiagnosed in 165 psychosomatic consultations (15 percent of the population). The research participants were all patients referred to a large university hospital’s psychosomatic consulting services who were examined for misdiagnoses throughout a five-year period.

c. The authors found that unexpected clinical findings were the reasons for challenging the initial diagnoses. The nonrational aspects of the diagnostic procedure are highlighted in this study.

d. The research is relevant to my study because it examined strategies hospital managers and care providers can use to understand introspection and intuitive thought processes which can aid in the detection of misdiagnoses (Seidl & Seidl, 2021).

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