Access to Medical Records
Access to Medical Records of a Deceased Patient
Consent for Treatment of Minors
Medical Records - Fee for Copying
Medical Records Release
Retention of Medical Records
Subpoenas for Medical Records
NOTICE: Please check the Texas Medical Board Web site ( www.tmb.state.tx.us ) for current updates on its rules and policies with respect to these issues.
Sample Clause for Transfer and Custody of Medical Records
Sample Letter: Authorization to Release Medical Records
Destroy Medical Records Securely
Electronic Medical Record Documentation Pointers
Fees for Copying Medical Records
Health Plan Requests for PHI New
HIPAA and Medical Power of Attorney New
How Long Do I Have to Keep Patient Medical Records?
Medical Records and the Divorced Parent
Medical Record Fee Must Equal Actual Costs New
Medical Records Release and Other Physician’s Records
DPS Tracks Drug Shoppers
Moving Patient Charts from Paper to Electronic Form
Never Alter Medical Records
Practice Retention of Medical Records
Subpoena for Medical Records: What to Do When You’re Caught in the Middle
What Not to Include in a Medical Record
What Should We Include When Filling a Patient’s Records Request?
Who Owns the Medical Record?
Medical Records and HIPAA: Truths and Myths - Medical records and HIPAA are inseparable. But separate the myths from the facts and you’ll get clarity on common misconceptions. 3.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (Live); 3.25 ETHICS; 3 TMLT
Electronic Medical Record Implementation Guide: The Link to a Better Future, Second Edition3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. TMA has designated this course for 3 credits in ethics and/or professional responsibility education. Offers TMLT discount. Expires: Sept. 1, 2012
For those closing or selling medical practice TMA offers information about what to do with medical records in the publication, Closing or Selling Your Medical Practice: Legal and Financial Considerations.