Cascades of Care After Incidental Findings in a US National Survey of Physicians
Results of a study estimating the national frequency and consequences of cascades of testing and treatment after incidental findings on screening and diagnostic tests. Features statistics including physician characteristics associated with self-reported harm from cascades, with breakdowns by practice location in urban, suburban, or rural areas.
Ishani Ganguli, Arabella L. Simpkin, Claire Lupo
JAMA Network Open, 2(10)
Health screening · Healthcare quality · Physicians · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data