(1) In making a correction or amendment, the health care provider shall:
(a) add the amending information as a part of the health record; and
(b) mark the challenged entries as corrected or amended entries and indicate the place
in the record where the corrected or amended information is located, in a manner practicable
under the circumstances.
(2) If the health care provider maintaining the record of the patient's health care
information refuses to make the patient's proposed correction or amendment, the provider
(a) permit the patient to file as a part of the record of the patient's health care
information a concise statement of the correction or amendment requested and the reasons
for the correction or amendment; and
(b) mark the challenged entry to indicate that the patient claims the entry is inaccurate
or incomplete and indicate the place in the record where the statement of disagreement
is located, in a manner practicable under the circumstances.
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