Luke Turner | | Quick Read
Diagnostic Tests Triple
The use of diagnostic tests in the UK has increased rapidly over recent years – an average of five tests per person, per year, three times more than 15 years ago. From 2000 to 2016, there has been an 8.5 percent increase in diagnostic test usage each year, which researchers suggest may reflect a greater expectation among patients to participate in decisions about their care (1).
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