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Can a family member get medical records from a deceased person?
Who Has Authority for the Request Generally, only immediate family or the executor of the estate has access to deceased’s medical records. Medical records do not belong to the estate, so the deceased’s personal representative cannot approve or deny a request for the records.
How can I access the deceased’s health records?
Under the terms of the act, you will only be able to access the deceased’s health records if you’re either: a personal representative (the executor or administrator of the deceased person’s estate) someone who has a claim resulting from the death (this could be a relative or another person)
What happens to medical records when someone dies without a will?
If a person dies without having made a will, most states recognize their nearest surviving relative as their personal representative or executor, this may be a: Depending on the state鈥檚 practices, this person may need to go through extra steps in order to obtain access to their deceased relative鈥檚 medical records.
How do I obtain a copy of my parent’s medical records?
Work with the executor to contact your parent’s primary healthcare provider to request a copy of their records. Provide the documentation to prove your relationship with the deceased, and pay any fees that might be associated with getting a copy of the records.