Researchers are calling for increased sharing of data between health services after study finds hospitals miss over one-quarter of mental health diagnoses. A recent study led by a team of researchers from University College London (UCL; UK) has found that a diagnosis of a severe mental health disorder can be missed in more than one-quarter of cases when patients have been hospitalized for other conditions. The study involved 13,786 adults who had previously been diagnosed with a severe mental health disorder, such as bipolar or schizophrenia. For each case, any hospital admission for a physical health issue between 2006 to...
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