As the OpenNotes movement expands, journalists, patients, health care policy experts, and clinicians share facts, data, opinions, and the experiences of those affected by shared notes.
SEATTLE – New research from the University of Washington School of Medicine suggests that enabling patients to type pre-visit agendas into their medical records before a doctor’s
For years, patients have been hearing the same message from the health-care industry: Get involved.
They’re told they need to do more to monitor their chronic
ORLANDO — The OpenNotes program that encourages providers to share their visit notes with patients is continuing to pick up steam, Homer Chin, MD, said here at the annual meeting of the
U.S. News Health – If you’re like most patients in the U.S., you haven’t a clue what your doctor writes about you in your health record. Despite a move toward more transparency in medicine
BOSTON – OpenNotes evidence has shown that transparent medical records can increase patient engagement – patients who read the clinical notes written by their doctors report feeling more
“It was twenty years ago today / Sgt Pepper taught the band to play” … well, today’s the 20th birthday of Seinfeld episode #139, October 17, 1996. This was the famous segment where Elaine looked in her chart and found she’d been marked “Difficult.”
BOSTON – OpenNotes is pleased to announce that ten extraordinary advocates for health care quality and improvement are the founding members of the OpenNotes Advisory Board. “This is an outstanding