NH Law About... Dental Records, Copies

Introduction to... Dental Records, Copies

Updated February 21, 2017.

Dental records are medical records and a patient’s right to copies of medical records is covered by statute and administrative rule. The medical records statute, RSA 332-I, sets the fees for copying records and covers the use and disclosure of health information. The administrative rule, Den 501.01(e), sets the time frame within which a dentist must provide a copy of a patient’s records. RSA 317-A:27-a sets out the length of time a dentist must maintain a patient’s records.

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WEBSITES

New Hampshire Board of Dental Examiners. Frequently Asked Questions  GO>

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NEW HAMPSHIRE STATUTES

RSA 317-A. Dentists and Dentistry   GO>

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RSA 332-I. Medical Records, Patient Information, and the Health Information Organization Corporation  GO>

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Find it in a Library ... New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated

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Find the New Hampshire statutes in print at libraries throughout the state.   GO>

Learn About New Hampshire Statutes: New Hampshire statutes are the laws of the State of New Hampshire as enacted by the New Hampshire General Court. GO>
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE REGULATIONS

Den 501.01(e). Ethical Duties  GO>

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Find it in a Library ... Code of New Hampshire Rules  GO>

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FORMS

New Hampshire Board of Dental Examiners. Consumer Complaint Form  GO>

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FOR MORE HELP ...

LawLine

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Volunteer attorneys are available to answer legal questions through LawLine, a free service of the NH Bar Association. LawLine is held on the SECOND Wednesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. ~ 8:00 p.m. To reach LawLine, call (toll free) 800-868-1212.   GO>

New Hampshire Law Library

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