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I don't think doctors are encouraging - anon

Posted: Nov 8th, 2021 - 11:47 am In Reply to: Yes you do - It is best to have written authorization

their patients to read their own charts out of "curiosity." It's always good to go back and review office visit notes, if you have that capability. Sometimes docs include important information in them regarding the plan of care for their patients and want that info accessible to the patient. Also, if there are any discrepancies in those notes, that's a good way to alert the doctor of those for correction...I've had this happen before. My doc will give me a printout of those notes before I leave my appt., which is even better for me. I'd rather have the hard copies for my own records.


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