The Fastest Way to Request Your INTEGRIS Medical Records

iEditorial Note: These blog posts represent the opinion of DoNotPay’s Writers, but each person’s situation and circumstances vary greatly. As a result, you should make sure to do your own independent research. Because everyone is unique, our self-help tools are never guaranteed to help with any specific situation. DoNotPay is not a law firm and is not licensed to practice law. DoNotPay provides a platform for legal information and self-help.

The Best Way to Get Your INTEGRIS Medical Records

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) grants you the right to request your medical records any time you need them; for instance, when switching doctors or in any medical emergency. Having a copy of these records can help keep you organized and informed about any injuries or illnesses that have occurred in the past, which could affect future treatment or diagnoses.

But the medical industry is notorious for being slow and bureaucratic. It can be hard to get through to a doctor, much less get your health records.

If you're looking for a copy of your knowing the right people to ask and the right way to ask them could save you a lot of time and frustration. DoNotPay can help you access your Integris Baptist medical records in minutes.

HIPAA and Your Right to Access Health Information

Health care providers, health plans, and certain other health care entities must follow 5 CFR 164.524 HIPAA's Privacy Rule. This rule sets limits and conditions on the uses and disclosures that may be made of "individually identifiable health information" (called "protected health information" by HIPAA) by these covered entities. The Privacy Rule also gives patients some important rights concerning their protected health information, including an individual's right to look at their medical records and get copies.

HIPAA allows individuals to access their records for a variety of reasons. For example, individuals have the right to get a copy of their documents to make informed decisions about treatment; check the records for accuracy; use them in proceedings; find out if someone has seen or used a record improperly, or use them for research. Covered entities are required to provide individuals with access to their protected health information, with limited exceptions.

How to Request Medical Records From INTEGRIS Baptist on Your Own

You can request your by filling out a form and submitting it to the office. Alternatively, they have an online portal to request your documents online. If none of them works —which is usually the case—you can write a letter asking for your records. Be sure to include:

  • Name
  • Social Security Number
  • ID or Member Number associated with integris baptist medical center
  • DOB
  • Address, email, phone number
  • Records requested
  • Signature
  • Delivery request (fax, mailed, printed, etc.)

Forms may be submitted to Integris using one of the following methods:

MailINTEGRIS HIM Department

3366 NW Expressway, Building D Ste. C20

Oklahoma City, OK 73112

FaxINTEGRIS HIM Department
ServicesFax Number
Patient and care providers405-552-8704
All other requestors405-552-8701
In-personYou can visit them at a designated Integris Health location.

Why Might You Need Copies of Your INTEGRIS Medical Records?

You may want to view your electronic health records for various reasons. However, here are some valid reasons to ask for your medical history:

  1. If your doctor is retiring, you must transfer your medical records as soon as possible.
  2. If you want to change doctors, you'll need to transfer your records as well.
  3. Avoiding duplicate operations: Having a copy of your records on hand at all times will help you avoid unnecessary or even disastrous duplicate procedures.
  4. Have an electronic copy of your records on hand: You never know when you'll need your health information at your fingertips, so having a copy on hand can save you time in an emergency.
  5. Update your health records: Having personal health information on hand not only for any doctors who treat you but also for family, persons with power of attorney, or anyone else who might need to make urgent health choices on your behalf if you become incapacitated, is a good idea.

However, this DIY method is long and tedious, considering you may need access to your health records easily. So if you need swift action, DoNotPay can help you write a letter, and you'll receive copies of your medical history in minutes.

Do not pay can also help you out with these other medical record issues:

What Types of Medical Records are Restricted from Being Released?

Exceptions to the right of access. Under the law, there are some instances when your health information may be withheld. These include:

  1. Psychotherapy Notes

If you have a mental health condition, you can request (and receive) most of your mental health records, but not detailed notes your therapist may have kept during sessions.

These notes can be released under certain circumstances: if you give written permission if they are needed to defend a lawsuit against your therapist; or if the notes are required to protect you or someone else in an emergency.

  1. Information Compiled for Proceedings

If your records were created as part of a court proceeding or in anticipation of a court case like a malpractice suit, you're not entitled to see them.

  1. Information That Would Endanger Someone’s Life or Safety.

Records containing information about another individual may be withheld from you if their release would endanger that person's life or safety — for example, if they reveal involvement with domestic violence or other crimes.

Note: Caregivers can access the medical records of minors unless a court order has been issued that prohibits it. In this case, the caregiver may access only the information needed to provide care for the child and to only release information that will not harm him or others.

How to Transfer Medical Records to INTEGRIS Baptist

It can be a lot of work to get your medical records transferred from an outside provider to Integris Baptist. And sometimes, you have to do it yourself. It's not very hard, but there are a few steps you need to follow.

  1. First, contact the clinic or facility where you got to care.
  2. When they get your request, they will send you a form to fill out and send back to them.
  3. After that, they will send your record to Integris (or wherever else your care is coming from), where it will be available for download.

We made a tool that helps make this process easier for you. It's called DoNotPay, and it automates this process to relax.

How to Request INTEGRIS Medical Records From Your Previous or Current Health Care Provider With DoNotPay

Ever wonder how you can get your medical records from your previous or current doctor? It turns out. It's not as easy as you might think. That's why DoNotPay, the world's first AI Consumer Champion, came up with a new way for anyone to request their .

DoNotPay's notion tool will help you get all of your medical records from any health care provider by just answering a few questions and confirming the information is correct. Here's how we do it:

  1. Look up medical records on DoNotPay's website.

  2. Enter the name of the health care provider you'd like to receive medical records from.

  3. Answer a few questions about your provider and where you'd like to send the records.

Request your Integris medical records with the help of DoNotPay.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Enlightening you the right to access your health records is not the only service we offer. We can help you negotiate hotel bills. Contact any customer service and child support issues.

Here are a few more things DoNotPay has you covered:

Sign up today and DoNotPay will help you get your Integris medical records.

Want your issue solved now?