Thursday, 4 December 2014

91% of doctors want more guidance on patient’s recording consultations, survey reveals

91% of doctors want more guidance on patient’s recording consultations, survey reveals An MPS survey of over 500 members has revealed that one in five (19%) doctors have experience of patients recording their consultations. Of those, 40% were not made aware at the time that the patient was recording the consultation.

The survey also revealed that 97% of respondents are not aware of any practice or trust policy on having consultations recorded, however almost three quarters (73%) believe they have a right to decline a patient’s request to record a consultation. In addition, 91% would like more guidance on what to do should a patient ask to record a consultation. The Medical Protection Society

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