The Expert Panel Report to Texas Health Resources Leadership on the 2014 Ebola Events.
Cortese D, Abbott P, Chassin M, Lyon GM III, Riley WJ. Dallas, TX: Texas Health Resources Leadership; 2015.
Delayed diagnosis of infectious disease can negatively affect patients, care teams, and public health. Reviewing insights from a panel analysis of the well-known incident involving delayed diagnosis of Ebola virus, this report highlights the need to improve information transfer and emergency department safety culture to enhance diagnostic and infection prevention processes.
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