Majority of Doctors support limited Access only to our own Electronic Records

Doctors are not in favour of full transparency

Read Majority of doctors opposed to full access to your own electronic records by Ken FisherA recent survey … reveals that doctors aren’t big fans of full transparency… 65 percent, supported “limited access,” … 4 percent believe there should be no access granted to patients… despite the fact that we have rights to review and amend our records, doctors don’t want it to be easy for us to do so via electronic means…

Read Majority of doctors opposed to full access to your own electronic records by Ken Fisher

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

5 thoughts on “Majority of Doctors support limited Access only to our own Electronic Records”

  1. I feel this is a difficult choice to make. I can not decipher the medical transcripts and may end up making assumptions far from truth. But I like the feeling of having the right to access that info. How to minimize the adverse affect of assumptions?
    takelight

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