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The annual Salute to Special Olympics Day at the Big E is for Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) athletes only.

All SOMA athletes will get in for free, however each athlete[...] Woburn, October 2nd, 2019.

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Celebrating the use of opera and art to address mental health stigma, with a talk by opera composer Dr.

Join the New England Revolution Unified Special Olympics Massachusetts team for a match between Special Olympics Massachusetts and New York City FC Unified team.

* The Revolution Unified Team is made[...] West Springfield, MA, September 29th, 2019.

The physician may not charge a fee if the request for copies is being made by or on behalf of a beneficiary for the sole purpose of supporting a claim under any provision of the Social Security Act or any federal or state financial needs-based benefit program. Records for adult patients must be maintained for a minimum of seven years from date of last patient encounter. Patients are entitled to a copy of their complete records, including records transferred from previous physicians.Under HIPAA a physician has 30 days to provide the patient or the patient’s representative with a copy of the requested medical records; however, if the medical records are not maintained or are not accessible on-site, then a physician has 60 days to provide the records.Physicians not covered by HIPAA must produce medical records in a “timely manner.” The Board has interpreted “timely manner” as being two to three weeks. Under HIPAA a physician may only charge a “reasonable, cost-based fee,” which can only include the cost of copying (including supplies for and labor of copying) and postage, if the records are mailed.Physicians who are providing psychotherapy services should, when appropriate, provide full records to their patients. The fee may not include the cost associated with searching for and retrieving the records.

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