Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston will lead a project testing the efficacy of care notes jointly developed by both providers and their patients.

The project, called OurNotes, is being funded by a $457,000 grant from the Commonwealth Fund, which says the project is a "novel approach for letting patients, caregivers, and providers jointly create clinical notes and care plans within the shared electronic health record." If successful, this testing could herald a new way to improve care management for high-need, high-cost patients, according to Commonwealth Fund.

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