Florida doctors want to charge more for copies of medical records
Orlando Sentinel, January 7, 2008
Florida doctors are asking the state to sharply hike the amount they can charge patients for copies of their medical records, saying their costs are rising faster than their incomes. The request that has brought protests from consumer advocates and malpractice lawyers.
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