Patients having access to their visit notes is a big step in the right direction, but can co-generating notes – OurNotes — go even further in creating better transparency and collaboration between patients and clinicians?
At OpenNotes we study the ethical implications of sharing, or hiding, clinical notes. Our goal is to empower patients and clinicians by exploring how clinicians can optimize note sharing.
Job Summary: Responsible for assisting in all OpenNotes research activities including day-to-day project management tasks, survey and protocol development, and dissemination of findings . . .
In 2016, RedHat Films released a short film, The Open Patient, as a part of their OpenSourceStories series. The film explores what greater transparency could mean for patients and clinicians navigating . . .
OpenNotes, in collaboration with our friends at Ciitizen, partnered to create an online resource in response to a new federal regulation that now requires healthcare providers to give patients access to key parts of their electronic medical records.
Findings suggest new U.S law requiring open notes could help older adults follow care plans, take medications as prescribed and plan for office visits.
How will this module help me successfully adopt OpenNotes? 1) Outlines six steps for increasing transparency by adopting OpenNotes…
Many clinicians around the U.S. have questions about open notes. Here are the 12 essential publications to help health professionals gain deeper understanding of this new practice… and its effects.
This project implements a demonstration in three health systems to increase the uptake and use of shared electronic health record access by family caregivers of older adults, evaluate its effects, and disseminate best practices to promote national adoption.
What is the OpenNotes Drop-In Clinic? Monday, March 29, through Friday, April 2, for two hours each day, U.S. healthcare professionals are welcome to “drop in”, for just a few minutes or for the full two hours, to pose any questions to a panel of experts about open visit notes (“open notes”) and transparent clinician-patient communication.