Diagnostic \dʌɪəɡˈnɒstɪk\ noun
identifying a particular illness using a combination of signs and symptoms.

Coodinated diagnostics

Coordinated diagnostics focuses on the process of getting confirmation from different medical departments, while also taking into consideration the time it takes for the results to come back, and deciding on what type of computer systems should be used. It takes expertise, and informed decision making. When practiced, coordinated diagnostics integrates the diagnostic data and activities of care providers, testing facilities, information systems providers, diagnostic domain experts, payers and patients.

Coordinated diagnostics maximizes the effective use of diagnostic information and resources to improve patient care while reducing overall costs.

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