Track your own healthcare with 'Volgjezorg'

Good, safe and prompt healthcare – that is something we all want and need. Whether we are chronically ill or going to an after-hours health centre after an accident. Good, safe and prompt healthcare starts with information - information about our current state of health. But not all healthcare providers know about your current condition(s) or previous medical problems. Fortunately, they can share important data about our health with other healthcare providers through the National Exchange Point (LSP). But only when necessary. And only if we have given prior permission for the exchange of medical data.

On ‘Volgjezorg’ you can arrange your permission for your GP, pharmacies, and your health centre. That way they can help other healthcare providers by sharing your medical data. And you can get the best possible, safest, and quickest treatment.

On Volgjezorg you can also track what happens to your medical data. See what types of data were shared (with your permission). Which healthcare provider(s) accessed those data, and when. That means that you always know what happens to your medical information.


Reliable exchange of your medical data
Better and faster healthcare due to better information
Safe, and respecting your privacy
Complies with all current and future legislation
Arrange your own permission with ‘Volgjezorg’
Track what happens to your data on ‘Volgjezorg’

How does it work?

Your GP and pharmacy can connect their computer to the Landelijk Schakelpunt (LSP - or National Exchange Point). Using the LSP, they can share your most important medical data. Another doctor or pharmacy can access this medical data with a secure ID-card and personal password. But only if it's necessary for your treatment. And only if you have given prior permission.

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Did you arrange your permission yet?
Did you arrange your permission yet?

Your doctor and pharmacist can only share your medical data if you give them permission in advance.

Patiënts in The Netherlands who have given permisson
Maria Boom

Experiences of patients

Mrs. Boom suffered from an intracranial hemorrhage at birth. As a result, she has suffered from various "inexplicable" conditions throughout her life. And because of those conditions she regularly contacts healthcare providers.
Maria Boom