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Table 3 Mean diagnostic accuracy scores (range 0–1; standard deviations into brackets) and mean time spent in diagnosing the written clinical cases (seconds) as a function of patients’ socio-economic status, N = 45

From: Do poor patients suffer from inaccurate diagnoses more than well-to-do patients? A randomized control trial

  Poor patients Rich patients Neutral patients
Diagnostic accuracy 0.48 (0.23) 0.52 (0.26) 0.54 (0.24)
Time spent on diagnosis 167.57 (60.01) 176.10 (65.57) 150.66 (54.08)