Clinic lets patients read their therapist’s notes
Would you want to know what your therapist thinks of you? Hundreds of patients with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston are taking part in an experiment where they have full access to their therapist’s notes about them. Most are reporting it's a good thing. Steve O'Neill is a therapist and one of his patients is David Baldwin. Steve explains why he thinks this is working.
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