State Medical Records Laws
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Medical records privacy laws outline patients' rights to secrecy of their medical information, and the circumstances under which that information may (or must) be disclosed. Choose a link from the list below for state-specific laws on privacy of medical records, including who may access medical records, what conditions must be reported by health care providers, and conditions under which a patient may waive his or her rights to privacy of medical records.
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