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Lights, Camera, Medicine

(from the April 13, 2022, ACP Hospitalist)

By Stacey Butterfield

Patient requests to record hospital care on video are likely to be increasingly common, and hospitalists should prepare by learning the relevant rules and appropriate responses.

There are varied reasons why patients might ask to video their encounter with a hospitalist, said David Alfandre, MD, MPH. “Maybe the patient has limited English proficiency, and it's very hard to understand everything at the time, and they like to review it after the encounter.”

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