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Re: Reviewing your (child's) medical records
« Reply #30 on: April 22, 2016, 11:07:15 AM »
Re: Tweet response for @GilmerHealthLaw

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"Partners computer system brings prescription for frustration"
http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2016/05/16/partners-healthcare-new-computer-challenges-some-doctors-nurses/1I4QsWGjCJ97xFmUbcDbaJ/story.html

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Now, she says, she’s become a captive of the keyboard, spending far more of her time recording every blood pressure reading, every feeding, every diaper change. The demands of the new system are so taxing and time-consuming, Lydon said, that the computer has come between her and her patients.

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“They’re more about billing and complying with mandates than about what’s really useful to the physician to help us take better care of patients,” said Dr. Glenn A. Tucker, who chairs the Massachusetts Medical Society’s committee on information technology.






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Re: Reviewing your (child's) medical records
« Reply #31 on: April 24, 2016, 12:44:31 PM »
RT by @Atul_Gawande


"Putting Doctors and Patients on the Same Page"
https://medium.com/@CommonwealthFund/putting-doctors-and-patients-on-the-same-page-cfed43819a2d#.xvmvyv10f

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When doctors share their clinical notes with patients, it can lead both parties to change their behavior
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But the evidence to date suggests that OpenNotes can spark more open and informed conversations among doctors and patients and — as part of broader efforts to encourage patients to become active participants in their care — may lead to fewer medical errors and better care.





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Re: Reviewing your (child's) medical records
« Reply #32 on: September 10, 2017, 10:50:12 PM »
Just a quick FYI for those interested in med recs ..... realize that your copy may not be the final & complete copy if all of the encounters are not signed.



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