I was wondering how many of you review your medical records?
I get a copy of mine every so often to review sometimes they charge you
of course. Found out doing this that what you say, what Doctor's write down
or what happens can often be different. I don't mean that in a negative
way but it can effect things down the line believe me. I have ran into
you want records that are correct and also items not left off.
Example: A Doctor gave me a the test to see which disk was the problem
and during the process twice I used language and screamed out in pain.
He hit the spots that were hot. He give me injections that did zero and told
me to live with it. That was several years ago but when I got the records
guess what he wrote on the chart. Patient experienced a type of Charlie
Horse. What are you kidding I know the difference and right there and then
I decided I would get my records every now and then to review and make
sure the things were right.
post edited here, inappropriate words that were trying to
send a message Ron DiLauro, Spine-Health System Administrator 02/22/14
Just a suggestion.