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Open Oncology Notes: A Qualitative Study of Oncology Patients' Experiences Reading Their Cancer Care Notes.

Electronic medical records increasingly allow patients access to clinician notes. Although most believe that open notes benefits patients, some suggest negative consequences. Little is known about the experiences of patients with cancer reading their medical notes; thus we aimed to describe this qualitatively.

Real-time access via the patient portal; is this desirable for good care provision?

More and more hospitals are opening patient portals, which enable patients to view their medical records online. Some hospitals take it one step further and offer patients real-time access. The right to digital access to data, either locally or at a distance, will be established in the course of the next few years in new European General Data Protection Regulation and in the Netherlands 'law for supplementary conditions for processing personal data in the care sector' ('Wet aanvullende bepalingen verwerking...

The 21st Century Cures Act and electronic health records one year later: will patients see the benefits?

While federal regulation provides patients the right to access their electronic health records and promotes increased use of health information technology, patient access to electronic health records remains limited. The 21st Century Cures Act, signed into law over a year ago, has important provisions that could significantly improve access and availability of health data. Specifically, the provisions call for partnerships among health information exchange networks, educational and research initiatives, and...

District nurses must guard against inappropriately accessing patient records.

Two NHS workers were recently disciplined after inappropriately accessing the records of the singer Ed Sheeran who had required treatment for a fractured wrist and elbow after falling from his bicycle ( Embury-Dennis 2018 ). The increasingly common use of electronic records across the NHS now allows nurses, including district nurses, to access a large archive of patient information that was much more difficult to obtain when records were manually held paper records. There have been several instances where c...

Research use of electronic health records: patients' perspectives on contact by researchers.

The use of electronic health records (EHRs) for research has the potential to improve the diagnosis and treatment of disease, yet contact with patients based on results of EHR phenotyping has received little attention. Researchers will almost certainly discover discrepancies in EHRs that call for resolution and, in some cases, raise the ethical dilemma of whether to contact patients about a potentially undiagnosed or untreated health concern. The objective of this study was to explore patients' attitudes an...

Impact of patients' access to medical records in occupational medicine.

Information technologies offer new ways to engage with patients regarding their health, but no studies have been done in occupational health services (OHS).

An investigation of an open-access model for scaling up methadone maintenance treatment.

To retrospectively examine patient and programmatic outcomes following the development and implementation of an "open-access" model in which prospective patients were enrolled rapidly in methadone maintenance treatment, irrespective of ability to pay, and provided real-time access to multiple voluntary treatment options.

Will open access increase journal CiteScores? An empirical investigation over multiple disciplines.

This paper empirically studies the effect of Open Access on journal CiteScores. We have found that the general effect is positive but not uniform across different types of journals. In particular, we investigate two types of heterogeneous treatment effect: (1) the differential treatment effect among journals grouped by academic field, publisher, and tier; and (2) differential treatment effects of Open Access as a function of propensity to be treated. The results are robust to a number of sensitivity checks ...

The utility of outpatient commitment: acute medical care access and protecting health.

This study considers whether, in an easy access single-payer health care system, patients placed on outpatient commitment-community treatment orders (CTOs) in Victoria Australia-are more likely to access acute medical care addressing physical illness than voluntary patients with and without severe mental illness.

Correction to: OnabotulinumtoxinA: A Review in the Prevention of Chronic Migraine.

The article OnabotulinumtoxinA: A Review in the Prevention of Chronic Migraine, written by James E. Frampton and Stephen Silberstein, was originally published Online First without open access. After publication in volume 78, issue 5, pages 589-600 [funder] requested that the article be Open Choice to make the article an open access publication. Post-publication open access was funded by [funder]. Further details may be found at [MedEngine webpage link].

Conflict of interest among Italian medical oncologists: a national survey.

To assess Italian medical oncologists' opinion on the implications of conflict of interest (COI) on medical education, care and research, and to evaluate their direct financial relationships.

Validation of a Natural Language Processing Algorithm for Detecting Infectious Disease Symptoms in Primary Care Electronic Medical Records in Singapore.

Free-text clinical records provide a source of information that complements traditional disease surveillance. To electronically harness these records, they need to be transformed into codified fields by natural language processing algorithms.

Open Access: What It Means for Your Article.

Technical comment on: Hagner M. Open access, data capitalism and academic publishing.

Predatory Open-Access Medical Publishers: "Caveat Emptor".

The Medical Sociological Monitoring as a Strategic Element of Management of Medical Care Quality.

The sociological survey of physicians and patients was carried out in the state and private sector of medical care services with the purpose of comparison of various defects of paper work and quality of provided medical services. The material of study consisted of the results of survey in state and private medical institutions of Moscow. The quality of medical paper work, satisfaction of patients with received discharge epicrisis, quality of paper work for expertise of medical commission, rate of detection ...

Age density patterns in patients medical conditions: A clustering approach.

This paper presents a data analysis framework to uncover relationships between health conditions, age and sex for a large population of patients. We study a massive heterogeneous sample of 1.7 million patients in Brazil, containing 47 million of health records with detailed medical conditions for visits to medical facilities for a period of 17 months. The findings suggest that medical conditions can be grouped into clusters that share very distinctive densities in the ages of the patients. For each cluster,...

Combined Access for the Treatment of Medial Orbital Wall Fracture: Subciliary and Upper Eyelid Sulcus Incisions.

The present study presents a new surgical approach to treat medial orbital wall fractures, that is, the combined transcutaneous access through subciliary and upper eyelid sulcus incisions. The study performed the retrospective analysis of medical records belonging to 14 consecutive patients with medial orbital wall fracture, who were treated in the Plastic Surgery Division at Federal University of São Paulo, from 2005 to 2013, through the combination of subciliary and upper eyelid sulcus incisions to acces...

Optical trocar access for initial trocar placement in laparoscopic gastrointestinal surgery: A propensity score-matching analysis.

Optical trocar access is a technique to place the initial trocar in laparoscopic surgery. With optical trocar access, each tissue layer can be visualized before insertion, which can help prevent organ injury, and air leaks at the trocar site can be minimized even in obese patients. The aim of this study was to compare the time needed for trocar insertion using optical trocar access and an open method in patients who underwent laparoscopic gastrointestinal surgery.

Publisher Correction: Pan-genome analysis highlights the extent of genomic variation in cultivated and wild rice.

When published, this article did not initially appear open access. This error has been corrected, and the open access status of the paper is noted in all versions of the paper.

Inequity in Access to Paediatric Care for Developmental and Behavioural Versus Medical Problems in Australia: A National Survey.

Alirocumab in high-risk patients: Observations from the open-label expanded use program.

The alirocumab expanded use program provided open-label access to alirocumab before its commercial availability to patients with severe hypercholesterolemia not controlled with maximally tolerated doses of standard-of-care lipid-lowering therapy.

Common Legal Considerations When Moving to a New Medical Practice.

This article presents a hypothetical case of the legal issues a physician must consider when moving to a new medical practice, such as the enforceability of a noncompete clause, malpractice insurance, communicating this change in practice to existing patients, and custody of medical records.

Fascial suture technique versus open femoral access for thoracic endovascular aortic repair.

Fascial suture technique (FST) has proved to be a safe and effective access closure technique after endovascular repair of the abdominal aorta. FST has not yet been investigated for closure of large-bore access after thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR). The aim of this study was to compare FST with open femoral access in terms of access safety, hemostasis efficacy, and reintervention rate after TEVAR.

Comparison of instruments used to select and classify patients with temporomandibular disorder.

The aim of the present study was to identify the relationship among instruments used to screen and diagnose temporomandibular disorders (TMD). A retrospective study was conducted using medical records of patients with temporomandibular disorder who had visited the institution for initial assessment between January and December 2015. Medical history and physical examination data were collected, particularly those focusing on the diagnosis of TMD and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) function. The following instr...

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