Patient’s Guide to HIPAA – Basic Rights: What does it Cost to Obtain an Accounting of Disclosures?

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FAQ 41: What does it Cost to Obtain an Accounting of Disclosures?

You are entitled to receive at no charge one copy of the accounting of your medical record in any 12-month period. If you make more than one request, the institution may impose a reasonable, cost-based fee. The institution must tell you the cost in advance so you have a chance to modify or withdraw your request.

 

 

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