Summary. We propose a methodology for modeling correlated binary data measured with diagnostic error. A shared random effect is used to induce correlations in repeated true latent binary outcomes and in observed responses and to link the probability of a true positive outcome with the probability of having a diagnosis error. We evaluate the performance of our proposed approach through simulations and compare it with an ad hoc approach. The methodology is illustrated with data from a study that assessed the probability of corneal arcus n patients with familial hypercholesterolemia.