• Sven Jungmann


Uncertainty is defined as the “subjective perception of ignorance,” or simply put, “we know that we don’t know.” It is a constant in both science and medicine, and there are many aspects to its definition in the sphere of healthcare. For example, a provider could be uncertain about a difficult diagnosis, the effectiveness of a treatment for a specific case, or long-term patient outcomes.

Despite advances in medicine, uncertainty cannot be completely eliminated, and thus stakeholders in healthcare must find ways to cope with uncertainty.

To read more in detail about uncertainty, go to the source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3146626/

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