Inviting patients to read their doctors' notes: patients and doctors look ahead: patient and physician surveys.

@article{Walker2011InvitingPT,
  title={Inviting patients to read their doctors' notes: patients and doctors look ahead: patient and physician surveys.},
  author={Jan Walker and Suzanne G. Leveille and Long Ngo and Elisabeth Vodicka and Jonathan D. Darer and Shireesha Dhanireddy and Joann G. Elmore and Henry J. Feldman and Marc J. Lichtenfeld and Natalia V Oster and James D. Ralston and Stephen E. Ross and Tom Delbanco},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={155 12},
  pages={811-9}
}
BACKGROUND Little is known about what primary care physicians (PCPs) and patients would expect if patients were invited to read their doctors' office notes. OBJECTIVE To explore attitudes toward potential benefits or harms if PCPs offered patients ready access to visit notes. DESIGN The PCPs and patients completed surveys before joining a voluntary program that provided electronic links to doctors' notes. SETTING Primary care practices in 3 U.S. states. PARTICIPANTS Participating and… CONTINUE READING
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