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The Medical Records Department can provide you with copies of your medical records related to care at a facility. Please note: You can contact us by email, mail or fax, or phone (617-726-2361); there are no walk-in services.
Mail or Fax to: MGH Release of Information. 121 Inner Belt Road, Room 240. Somerville, MA 02143-4453. Phone: 617 726 2361. FAX: 617 726 3661.
You may be able to request your record through your provider's patient portal. You may have to fill out a form \u2014 called a health or medical record release form, or request for access\u2014send an email, or mail or fax a letter to your provider.
Massachusetts law allows physicians not covered by HIPAA to charge a base fee of $15.00 for each request, as well as a copying charge of $0.50 per page for the first 100 pages, and $0.25 per page in excess of 100. (The cost may be adjusted according to the Consumer Price Index.)
Health and care records are confidential so you can only access someone else's records if you're authorised to do so. To access someone else's health records, you must: be acting on their behalf with their consent, or. have legal authority to make decisions on their behalf (power of attorney), or.
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Who Owns Medical Records: 50 State Comparison StateMedical Record Ownership LawsMarylandHospital and/or physician owns medical recordMassachusettsNo law identified conferring specific ownership or property right to medical recordMichiganNo law identified conferring specific ownership or property right to medical record48 more rows • 20 Aug 2015
Although the medical record contains patient information, the physical documents belong to the physician. Indeed, the medical record is a tool created by the physician to support patient care and is an asset of the practice.
Relatives have no automatic right of access to an adult patient's records. If the patient lacks the mental capacity to consent to disclosure, a relative may apply for access to the medical records under the Promotion of Access to Information Act.
To open a patient's health record, a doctor, nurse, or other health care provider logs into the system with a username and password or thumbprint identification. Often, providers can access EHR information remotely by logging into their work network via the Internet.
In Massachusetts, medical records laws hold all privileged patient medical records as confidential and allow third-party access under limited circumstances.

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