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Medical Record Access Charges, A.R.S. § 12-2295

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Arizona permits health care providers to charge a reasonable fee for access to medical records. However, providers may not charge fees when providing information from the medical records to another health care provider, a patient, or a patient’s decision maker when the information is sought in relation to providing or obtaining care. The Arizona medical board, department of health services, local health departments, and board of osteopathic examiners are not subject to a fee when requesting medical records.