Next, contact your primary care physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant, (You can include any chiropractor notes here as well),
Any specialists you have seen on a regular basis during the last year,
Any hospital notes where you have been admitted for treatment or surgery for the condition which you feel qualifies your under the State of Missouri qualifying conditions for Medical Marijuana,
and pharmacy where you have your most recent and complete list of all medications your take on a regular basis.
Then ask the healthcare providers for their secure HIPAA email, or fax number or physical address so that you can send the Medical Records Request From to them.
Then, you need to either scan and email the form, or take a picture of the form with your cell phone camera and send it to secure HIPAA email addresses you have been given, put the Medical Records in the mail to each entity you are requesting records from or hand deliver a copy of the release to each entity you are requesting records from.
Ask the entities if there are any costs associated for the service of copying your medical records and forwarding to the address of your request. If so, it is your responsibility to pay these charges. However, normally, whenever records are being requested form one provider to another, usually there is no charge involved.
Lastly, ask these entities what time frame you can expect to receive the copy of your personal medical records. Make sure you write down the name, date, time and phone number &/or email address of the person who shared this information with you. If they do not arrive timely, you know who you can call and politely ask what the status of your medical records are.