To reiterate, I personally, do not answer questions that my providers already have the answers to. I will clarify or confirm information, but I refuse to verbally spell out the information in their hands/on the screen.
Frankly, that seems rather petty. It may be office policy for them to ask those questions and you're punishing the wrong person for it. If you don't like what they do, complain to the office manager or the head of the practice. Don't sit there like a pouty child who doesn't want to cooperate.
At this point I've been going to the same providers, the university medical practice, for almost a decade. The written and published policy is that doctors are to confirm
the information in my chart. Not that I go through each and every section of my chart verbally and give them the information that they have in front of them. The medical practice I go to prides itself on it's EHR system and sold it to the patients as putting it in place to not waste patient's time. I love it because all of my doctors are able to access my chart and keep it updated in a centralized location. I can even keep it updated from home by logging in.
And really...it's petty and pouty to expect a medical provider to read my chart...no...I don't think so.