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Yes you do - It is best to have written authorization

Posted: Nov 8th, 2021 - 8:01 am In Reply to: I have on-line access to one of my specialists and - he encourage you to read

It is fine to read your chart, but you need to provide written authorization, and the provider is not supposed to encourage you to read your own chart out of curiosity. You know best and I guess it's okay as long as no one gets caught. My facility uses Epic and My Chart, and certain information is available on line but not all. It is not permissible to go in willy-nilly and print your chart, nor is it permissible to take screen shots and save them to your phone. The charge can be avoided if the OP lets her new provider request the records and they may not need to see it all. I guess you know that after those paper records are reviewed, they will probably get shredded. You can have everything in your chart printed if you want but you do need to provide written authorization, and if it's for your personal use you will probably be charged a fee.


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