OpenNotes announced today that more than 40 million patients using secure online patient portals can now access the notes
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Cait DesRoches, DrPH, and Liz Salmi were interviewed by Claudia Cometa for the “Minding Wellness” podcast. In this episode Liz and Cait talk about the mission and research behind OpenNotes and what they would like to see happen in health care. Listen to the episode here.
Earlier this month, OpenNotes published exciting new research in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. We’ll tell you about the study which focused on patients at the same health systems as our pilot study did ten years ago, except this time note sharing was done across virtually all specialties. In other research news, doctors Charlotte…
In February 2019, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed a new rule to support seamless and
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…
OpenNotes submitted comments and recommendations to the U.S. Office for Civil Rights (OCR) to assist in modernizing Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations.
At OpenNotes, we keep our ears to the ground when it comes to the growing transparency movement in health care. Here are a few things that have peeked our interest recently regarding
Austin here we come! OpenNotes hits the mainstream when Executive Director Catherine DesRoches, DrPH, and Senior Strategist Liz Salmi present at the 22nd Annual South by . . .
BOSTON — OpenNotes announced today that more than 30 million Americans now have access to notes written by their clinicians in fully transparent medical records. OpenNotes is a call to action committed to improving health care by . . .
As awareness about the OpenNotes movement spreads rapidly, clinicians and health system leaders around North America are looking for more information on how sharing notes motivates behavior and intersects with special patient populations.