In US studies of medical errors in primary care, diagnostic errors are the most common [1-3] and costly [4, 5], as well as the cause of most claims for malpractice [1, 4, 6].
A prevalence of diagnostic errors in ambulatory care of at least 5% has been reported . Despite their importance, diagnostic errors are underestimated and under-identified [6, 8] and the development of new strategies to improve the accuracy of the initial diagnosis should be a priority.
Following a perpetuation of misdiagnosis, as well as medical negligence that led to serious sequelae in one of our friends, we wanted to set up a system that allows to take into account the patient's complaints without the doctor can perform an early diagnosis closure related to cognitive biases, stress, or lack of available time.
This is how the idea of a medical application arose.