Videos about OpenNotes, giving an overview of some of the learning, experience and reactions of health providers and patients to opening up medical notes to patients.
OpenNotes video series
OpenNotes is working to make sharing visit notes with patients a routine part of care. Patients can check what was discussed and what's planned. This can provide a useful reminder and also enables the option to share this information with their families (if they choose).
Research shows that when patients have access to their doctors' notes, they feel more in control of their health care, better understand their medical issues and report they are more likely to take their medications as prescribed.
Video topics include:
- The evidence
- Sharing doctors' notes with patients
- A patient's view
- Engaging patients
- Benefits of PatientSite email
- A doctor talking about how to approach sensitive topics
- Will OpenNotes take more time?
- Will I need to change how I write my notes?
- Patients & doctors' on the same page
- A new medicine with clear benefits
- OpenNotes providers
- Mental health notes empowering patients
Evidence is in
Sharing doctors' notes with patients
A patient's view of OpenNotes
How can OpenNotes engage patients?
OpenNotes doctors answer key questions.
What are the benefits of using PatientSite email?
How should I approach sensitive topics?
Will OpenNotes take more time?
Will I need to change the way I write my notes?
Patients and doctors on the same page
A "new medicine" with clear benefits
Mental health notes empowers patients
Psychiatry and social work clinicians report positive findings among patients whom have used OpenNotes.