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I have a physician that I work with that is hesitant on redictating his notes if he is missing a diagnosis or a minor detail on what he did during the visit. He thinks it is ok to draw a line over the discrepancy, date and sign the dictation. Is this ok? Or does he have to redictate the whole visit, making the correction where it is needed? I need to show this to him. As an FYI, any discrepancy or error that I see in any of my physicians' dictation I make them redictate.... Am I at fault?