Electronic health records (EHRs) are a great tool to compile and access important patient health, screening, diagnostic and treatment information. EHRs support healthcare providers in treating patients efficiently and facilitates care coordination. EHRs are also often connected to patient portals which allow patients to easily access their health information. Some sensitive health information should be treated with extra security in EHRs and clinical documentation more broadly, to avoid privacy breaches and safety threats. For survivors of IPV, it is important for their providers to both know and integrate their abuse history into care and make sure that IPV-related diagnoses and services are not treated the same as less sensitive information. If information related to IPV is documented in after-visit summaries, billing, explanations of benefits, and even the patient portal, abusive partners (or others) may access this information, posing further risk to survivors.