The Number One Takeaway for Physicians on Records Requests

In the final part of our series, Patient Records Requests: What You Need to Know, we ask attorney Richard Rymond of Reminger Co., LPA for his most important takeaway regarding patient records requests. As Richard reiterates, the number one, most important thing that physicians and healthcare providers should do is make sure that they do not alter a patient’s records in any way before providing them. As Richard explains, altering records can expose healthcare providers to new claims that have nothing to do with the quality of care provided to the patient.

View Part VIII of our series below, or click here to see the entire interview.

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