More U.S. patients to have easy, free access to doctor’s notes

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More U.S. patients to have easy, free access to doctor’s notes

Britta Bloomquist of Duluth, Minn., receives an infusion to treat a rare type of arthritis called ankylosing spondylitis. Bloomquist has been reading her clinical notes for years, first struggling through red tape and more recently clicking into a secure online patient website. “It means information about your care can no longer be hidden from you. And you have a say in your care,” she says.

More U.S. patients to have easy, free access to doctor’s notes

Britta Bloomquist of Duluth, Minn., receives an infusion to treat a rare type of arthritis called ankylosing spondylitis. Bloomquist has been reading her clinical notes for years, first struggling through red tape and more recently clicking into a secure online patient website. “It means information about your care can no longer be hidden from you. And you have a say in your care,” she says.
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