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Diagnostic Safety Centers of Excellence

In fiscal year 2022, Congress authorized funding to support AHRQ’s research to address failures in the diagnostic process, which may include the establishment of Research Centers of Diagnostic Excellence to develop systems, measures, and new technology solutions to improve diagnostic safety and quality. In response, DECODE was awarded 1 of 10 grants to establish it’s Diagnostic Safety Centers of Excellence.

Diagnostic Accuracy Through Advancing EHR displaY, Education, and Surveillance (DATA-EYES)

Jeffrey A Gold, Oregon Health and Science University
David W. Bates, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Raj M. Ratwani, MedStar Health Research Institute 

Armstrong Institute Center for Diagnostic Excellence – Pursuing Scalable System-Level Diagnostic Quality, Value, and Equity by Applying Safety Science to Emergency Department Diagnosis

David Newman-Toker, Johns Hopkins University
Kathryn Mack McDonald, Johns Hopkins University

Achieving Better Cancer Diagnosis (ABCD): Identifying, Supporting, and Learning From Marginalized Patients Who Experience Delayed Cancer Diagnosis

Gordon David Schiff, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Thomas Henry Gallagher, University of Washington Medical Center

The Patient-Partnered Diagnostic Center of Excellence

Kristen Elizabeth Miller, MedStar Health Research Institute
Traber L. Giardina, Baylor College of Medicine
Kelly Michelle Smith, University of Toronto

Center To Improve Clinical Diagnosis

Goutham Rao, University Hospitals of Cleveland
Mary Dolanksy, Case Western Reserve University
Sarah J. Koopman Gonzalez, Aspire Indiana
Marlene Rosemary Miller, Johns Hopkins University
Peter J. Pronovost, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Diagnostic Safety Center for Advancing E-Triggers and Rapid Feedback Implementation (DISCOVERI)

Hardeep Singh, Baylor College of Medicine

Safety-II Together: Coupling Teaming Science With Patient Engagement and Health Information Transparency To Coproduce Diagnostic Excellence

Eric J Thomas, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Sigall Bell, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Achieving Diagnostic Excellence through Prevention and Teamwork (ADEPT)

Andrew D. Auerbach, University of California, San Francisco
Jeffrey Lawrence Schnipper, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Re-Engineering Patient and Family Communication To Improve Diagnostic Safety Resilience

Kathleen Elizabeth Walsh, Boston Children’s Hospital
Christopher Paul Landrigan, Boston Children’s Hospital

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