A Disclosure Directive hides your clinical information from eChart Manitoba users. It does not hide your name, personal health identification number, date of birth or address.
How do I override a Disclosure Directive?
Only authorized eChart users with “Clinical View with Images & Override” access can override a Disclosure Directive. This role is assigned to users in professional roles who can prescribe within their scope of practice, such as physicians, nurse practitioners and midwives.
If the patient has a Disclosure Directive, a red lock will appear in the search results.
Step 1 Select the patient’s leading record to Open Selected Patient
Step 2 A pop-up box will open prompting you to select the reason for the override
Step 1 Enter the patient file as usual and select Override Disclosure
Step 2 Enter Reason for Override when prompted
Should I check the Disclosure Directive override button every time I see it?
Do not check the Override Disclosure Directive box unless you have identified that the patient has a Disclosure Directive in place.
If the patient has a Disclosure Directive, the error message below will appear.