Care partners are a critical, though informal, part of the healthcare system but are often not well supported by formal structures. OurNotes for Care Partners aims to identify care partners, assess their needs, and offer practical resources to alleviate stress and offer support through the Caregiver Intensity Index.
This work is in and of itself important. But we’re excited also by the transparent, collaborative partnership that Lewis formed with traditional/academic investigators. It offers a glimpse into the future evolution of important healthcare scholarship. Both the leadership and design principles behind the CREATE Trial signal a remarkable change in the culture of research.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released proposed rules to improve the interoperability of health information. Rules issued by the Office of the National…
SXSW is one of the best-known annual conferences in the US focusing on trends in technology, music and film. OpenNotes is proud to present at the conference on March 9th.
Here are a few pieces about improving health data sharing for patients and clinicians that have piqued our interest recently: The Limits of Health Data Aggregation: Why our health records…
Welcome to our newest partners! 28 new health systems have joined the movement since July. Visit our map to see if your health system is sharing notes.
AdvocateAurora Health, Auburn University . . .
At this time of holiday celebration and year-end reflections, I want to take a moment to thank you for your support of OpenNotes. It is our aim every day of the year to promote