A HIPPA medical release form is signed to allow other individuals or organizations to have access to a patient's personal medical records, medical history and health information. A patient must sign it voluntarily to gra... More »

A signed medical record release form is required by law for a person to be able to gain access to another person's medical records, notes FindLaw. The 1996 law, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or... More »

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A consent for release of confidential medical records form requires a legal signature of an authorized representative of a patient, and the signature must be notarized for validation, according to About.com. There are se... More »

The purpose of a HIPPA authorization form is to allow another organization or individual to have access to a patient's medical records, health information and medical history, Massachusetts Legal Services notes. The pati... More »

A release of information form allows a patient access to his own medical records and allows him control over to whom those records are released, explains the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Providers often requir... More »

A consent for release of confidential medical records form requires a legal signature of an authorized representative of a patient, and the signature must be notarized for validation, according to About.com. There are se... More »

HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and it is a law that was enacted in 1996 that protects patient confidentiality, makes it easier for individuals to keep health insurance and provi... More »