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What is timely response mandate?

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Timely response mandate is the time that a healthcare provider must give a patient an answer to their request of admendments to their health care records. I believe that the healthcare provider must give the patient an answer with in 10 days of their request. The provider must let the patient know what decision they have made concering their request.

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