What If Hospitals Gave Patients Electronic Access To Their Therapists' Notes?
Lori, 54, sits with Stephen O'Neill, the social work manager for psychiatry and primary care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, as he shows her some notes from previous sessions during a recent therapy appointment.
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#1 Jun 7, 2014
No patient should ever be diagnosed without the rights to examine mental health records. No mental health records should be considered factual because there is no science. No medical model. No evidence based medicine and no test for chemical balance of any brain.
The video and tape recording of a patient here in called the victim should be manitory with fines and punishment including loss of license if not complied with. False memory and mental health heresay is troublesome and damaging to a court of law and the action of a mental health worker creates a wrong doing to constitutional issue.
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