Here you can arrange permission
What does arranging permission mean?
On this website you can give or withdraw your permission for your medical information to be made available for viewing via the LSP.
If you give permission, your GP or pharmacy will note that in your medical records. Your most important medical information will then be available to other healthcare providers.
They include a stand-in GP, pharmacist or medical specialist at the hospital. They are only permitted to view your information if necessary for your treatment.
It always remains possible to withdraw your permission. Without your permission other healthcare providers are not permitted to view your information via the LSP. Not even in emergencies.
Did you already give your permission in person or by contacting your GP and/or pharmacy? If so, your permission has been arranged. You don’t have to give your permission again via this website.
Do you want to withdraw permission but don’t remember which healthcare providers you have given permission? If so, see the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
for your medical informationWhich details can the healthcare provider view?
Healthcare providers are only permitted to view your medical information if you have given permission and if this is necessary for your treatment.
The pharmacy provides a list of the medicines you are taking. This list can be viewed by a GP (or stand-in GP), another pharmacy or a medical specialist at the hospital.
The GP provides a summary of your general practice medical record. This can only be viewed by a stand-in GP.
The summary contains:
your current health problems;
which medicines you use;
information about contact with you during the past four months or five contacts;
particulars that are important to a stand-in GP.
to be made available for viewing via the healthcare infrastructure of the LSP (Landelijk Schakelpunt: National Switching Point). You can arrange permission for your GP and pharmacy.
What do you have to do?
You arrange your permission in three steps:
- Click on Arrange permission and search and select the healthcare provider
Which healthcare providers does this cover?
You can give permission to your GP and to your pharmacy or pharmacies who keep your medical record. Bear in mind that an outpatients' pharmacy and service pharmacy may also have you on record. A service pharmacy is a pharmacy from which you can collect medicines outside of your own pharmacy's opening times.
It always remains possible to withdraw your permission. You can do this with the GP or pharmacy to which you have given permission.
that you want to arrange your permission with.
- Fill in your details.
- Send your details by DigiD with SMS
What is DigiD with SMS?
DigiD makes it possible to have your identity established electronically. Extra security is used for DigiD with SMS.
You can apply for a DigiD with SMS at www.digid.nl/aanvragen.
Do you already have a DigiD? Then you can request a DigiD with SMS via ‘Mijn DigiD’.
or print out the form and give it to your healthcare provider
Why do I have to give the form to my healthcare provider?
Your GP or pharmacy must be able to establish that you are the person giving or withdrawing permission.
This is only possible if you hand over the form in person. Is that not possible for you?
If so, please contact your healthcare provider.
- Do you want both your GP and your pharmacy to be able to share your medical information?
If so, you will need to give them both
Why do I have to give healthcare providers separate permission?
Your GP and pharmacy/pharmacies keep your medical record. If you have given permission for your medical information to be shared,
they are allowed to make your most important information available to other healthcare providers. They include a stand-in GP,
pharmacist or medical specialist at the hospital.
Your information remains in the computer of your own GP and pharmacy. Your GP is therefore not able to make the medical record
of your pharmacy available. And your pharmacy is unable to make the medical record of your GP available.
That is why you need to give them both permission. If several pharmacies keep your medical record, you can give each of them permission.
When your GP and pharmacy both are part of a health centre, you give permission to the health centre. You cannot arrange separate permission in this case. See Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
permission. If several pharmacies keep your medical record, you can give each of them permission.
- Have you previous arranged your permission on this website by DigiD with SMS? If so, you can find out whether your healthcare provider
has processed your message. To do that click on My Status.