Medical Records Copying Charges By State
This document lists the various state statutes that control the amount of money doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers can charge a patient for copies of their medical records, as well as records provided to the patient's attorney or law firm for use in personal injury cases.
The information posted on our medical records copying costs web page is a combination of in-house research and submissions made by other law firms.
We update the page when we learn of new statutes, or revisions to statutes already posted; as such, there is no regular time point at which we do this. We cannot and do not represent that all statutes are up-to-date. One type of revision which is especially hard for us to keep track of has to do with costs changes allowed annually by a statute and based on some indexed inflation rate.
The PDF items usually are scanned statute text pages where we were not able to provide a link to the on-line statute.
Please visit our website often where you will find the current version of this document. The URL for that web page is: http://www.lamblawoffice.com/medical-records-copying-charges.html