Unformatted text preview: records are requested by the new insurance company to ensure there are no preexisting conditions that would not be covered by them. At the family practice clinic I choose to use, they keep all records, 30 days or older, in an electronic format. Records that are in an electronic form are encoded for the patients’ safety. It is important to review your records to ensure the accuracy. I personally view my records every two years. My clinic asks for a seven day or five business days written notice to view your records. When viewing the records it is done in a private room with a record spet in the room to ensure the records are safe, and to answer any questions they may have. The spet does not view the records with them; they only see what they share with them....
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- Winter '11
- Physician, Health care provider, insurance company, records