Patient Records Requests: What You Need to Know





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Published on Jan 11, 2017

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Join us on the latest episode of Healthcare Matters as we sit down with Richard J. Rymond, a trial attorney at Reminger Co., LPA who specializes in medical, dental and other forms of professional, commercial and general liability. In this episode, we ask him to explain what physicians should do if they are facing a liability claim and they receive a records request from the patient or a third party. Rymond details the appropriate response, as well as pitfalls facing physicians, such as wanting to alter or clarify records, dealing with records requests from patients who have not paid for services and whether or not it’s appropriate to consult with other physicians about a records request.

Richard J. Rymond has been with Reminger Co., LPA since joining the firm as a law clerk in 1980. He is the Dental Liability Group Practice Co-Chair, and has tried more than 100 jury trials, focusing on medical and dental liability, commercial liability, professional liability and general liability. He is a regular speaker on risk management programs for physicians, dentists and allied health professionals and serves as an assistant professor at the Case School of Dental Medicine.


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