Risk Management

What’s in your toolbox?

Think about how you employ heuristics in working up patients. Heuristic thinking is based on past experience, and uses mental shortcuts, intuition, and “rule of thumb” to solve problems and make judgments quickly and efficiently. It’s generally used when physicians see a patient with a familiar set of symptoms that fit a recognizable diagnosis.

Read more in the 2022 Digest Vol 32 N0 1

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