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A health care provider may maintain and preserve its medical records in an electronic format that protects the physical security of the records and protects the records from access by unauthorized persons. A health care provider who maintains and preserves the records in an electronic format that provides these protections is not required to maintain a separate paper copy. The Department of Health and Social Services may adopt regulations under AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act) to regulate the implementation of this section.
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