As the OpenNotes movement continues to grow, a broad variety of journalists, patients and health care professionals are taking note. Even better, they’re sharing the facts, data, opinions and experiences of those sharing medical notes. See what the buzz is all about.
We are pleased to welcome Charlotte Blease, PhD as our newest Keane OpenNotes Scholar. Her background is in philosophy and interdisciplinary health research. Her work focuses on the ethics and relational benefits of note sharing, including therapeutic benefits to patients. Charlotte is also interested in how access to visit notes empowers the most vulnerable health…
This webinar, hosted by John Santa, MD, MPH, OpenNotes Director of Dissemination, is an exploration of key research about writing better clinical notes that are shared with patients.
OpenNotes is excited to welcome our first Keane OpenNotes Scholar, Maria Hägglund, PhD.
Visiting us from Sweden, she is an associate professor in health informatics and a senior lecturer in implementation science at the Uppsala MedTech Science & Innovation Centre. Her research is focused on user-centered systems that support collaboration and patient empowerment.
This webinar, hosted by Fabienne Bourgeois, MD, MPH of Boston Children’s Hospital, is an exploration of the opportunities and challenges that come with sharing pediatric and adolescent notes.
As of July 1, 2019, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, joined 200 other health systems in the OpenNotes movement and started sharing clinical notes with their patients. At the NIH, the practice is being adopted widely and, in addition to sharing outpatient notes, notes written to document the course…