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Stephen Charles Brine
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<p>According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), general practitioners (GPs) cannot charge patients or third parties for subject access to patient medical records, except where the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive and where the third party is an insurance company. Where the access request is deemed manifestly unfounded or excessive, the GP can either refuse the request or charge an appropriate administration charge for the work involved. Also, where the third party is an insurance company, the Access to Medical Reports Act (AMRA) 1988 would apply. The AMRA allows the GP to charge a reasonable fee to cover the cost of copying the report.</p>
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Department of Health and Social Care
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Department of Health and Social Care
Department of Health and Social Care
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Stephen Charles Brine
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