How is it possible that my data is sometimes requested at "strange" times? For example in the middle of the night.
This is due to the way some healthcare providers work.
Usually your data will only be requested (just before) you come for your appointment. But sometimes also a few days earlier. This depends on the way your healthcare provider(s) works.
If you visit your pharmacy, after-hours medical centre or acting GP, they will request your details (just) before your appointment. You (usually) come either unexpectedly or with a recently made appointment. But if appointments have been made longer in advance, your healthcare provider may choose to requests your data at an earlier time. For example as soon as daily schedules have been set.
Another example: for a visit to a specialist or hospital, you usually make an appointment long in advance. Hospitals are also much larger and therefore see a lot more patients. That is why data in hospitals is usually requested as soon as the schedule for the coming day(s) has been made final. If that schedule is forwarded to the department during the night, your data will also be requested at night.
How do I now which healthcare providers have accessed my children's medical data?
On Volgjezorg you can request a tracking overview for your children. To request a tracking overview fill out an application form. The tracking overview will then sent to you by post. For children up to twelve years old, only one parent (or other legal representative) has to sign the application form. For children between the ages of twelve to sixteen, both a parent (or other legal representative) and the child must sign the application form. Children sixteen years and older need te request a tracking overview themselves.
How do I know which healthcare providers have accessed my medical data?
Do I have access to my own medical data through Volgjezorg?
No, you cannot access your own medical data through Volgjezorg. This website does not have access to your medical data. As a patient, you always have the right to see your own medical data. Ask your healthcare providers for insight in your medical records. Through Volgjezorg you can keep track of what happens to your medical data when healthcare providers exchange or access them through the National Exchange Point.