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Certainly not. Participation is voluntary for everyone. Patients decide for themselves whether they want to give permission to their healthcare providers for sharing their medical data. Healthcare providers decide for themselves whether they want to connect to the National Exchange Point.
No, your medical data is not stored in the LSP. That data simply stays where it was: in the computer systems of your healthcare providers. The LSP only contains a referral index with citizen service numbers (BSNs). Based on your BSN, your healthcare provider can use this referral index to find out which other healthcare providers share medical data about you.
You can view a Tracking overview by logging in to the 'Personal Portal' on Volgjezorg. In it you can see which healthcare providers have shared your medical data through the National Exchange Point (LSP) and when that was. You can also request an overview by post. You can do this by filling in this form.
You can also ask your healthcare providers whether they have processed your permission and whether they share your medical data with other healthcare providers.
GP practices, pharmacies and institutions (for example a hospital) can connect to the LSP. For more information see 'Which healthcare providers can share information?'
If you want to know if your healthcare provider is connected, please use map (at the bottom of that page).
Your GP and pharmacist may share your medical information with other healthcare practitioners after your permission. You can ask them whether they have processed your permission and made your data available to other healthcare providers through the National Exchange Point. You can also see a tracking overview in your Personal Portal. With this overview you can see which healthcare providers have made your medical data available.
No. No medical data is stored in the National Exchange Point. That data stays in the computer systems of your GP and pharmacies. The National Exchange Point only contains a reference index with Civic Service Numbers (BSNs). Based on your BSN, your healthcare provider can search through this reference index and see which other healthcare providers have provided medical information about you.