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Re: Know your diagnoses? Racer

Posted by lonelygirl on March 20, 2004, at 20:43:50

In reply to Re: Know your diagnoses?, posted by Racer on March 20, 2004, at 19:25:42

Ah, yes, I do remember that there was something in the list of "rights" that said I have the right to review my records unless the clinician believes it would be detrimental to my treatment (or something like that). Under what cirumstances would they say it would be detrimental to the treatment, and why? It seems to me like it would interfere more with patient rapport for them to refuse to show the information.

As for discussing the issue, how do you go about bringing it up? Do they always go through the 5 axes and make a diagnosis on each one (or "not found" if there is none)? I wouldn't want to ask for that and then look stupid because he didn't do that (if that's a possibility).




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