Insights & Findings from Grant Recipients

In 2018, Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation committed $3 million to fund development of new approaches for faster, more accurate patient diagnoses.

The focus was on innovative projects that utilize fresh perspectives, data-driven insights, and those that had significant potential to help improve outcomes for patients and their families.

Please investigate the links below to see a range of opportunities, findings, and insights from some of the grant recipients’ work.

Identifying Women at High Risk for Ovarian Cancer Using Routine Lab Results, Gary G. Schwartz, PhD, MPH, PhD

Development and Testing of a New Framework to Improve Diagnostic Reasoning in Medical and Health Professionals, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Improving Diagnostic Accuracy for Hepatitis C with a Validated Teach/Improve Model: An Initiative to Enhance Clinical Judgement and Patient Health, and Reduce Patient and System-Level Risks, Dawn Fishbein, MD, MS, and Christine Goeschel, ScD, MPA, MPS, RN, FAAN

Diagnostic Accuracy Can Be Improved by Collaborative Learning and Practice, Southern California Permanente Medical Group and The Human Diagnosis Project

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