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Access to Information About You
The CCG does not hold patients' medical records. To access your records, you will need to contact the organisation that treated you, such as your GP or local hospital.
If you wish to access any information the CCG may hold about you, please contact our Information Governance (IG) Manager with a Subject Access Request:
Address: Information Governance Manager, NHS Brighton and Hove CCG, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove, BN3 4AH
Requests are handled in line with our Subject Access Requests (SAR) Procedures (Download Subject Access Request Procedures and you can use the Subject Access Request form (Download B&H CCG SUBJECT ACCESS REQUEST FORM.docx ) to make your request if it’s helpful.
All NHS organisations have to work to eradicate fraud in the NHS. If you are concerned that fraud might be taking place in a local NHS institution, do not hesitate to contact us.
What does NHS fraud look like?
By health professionals
Fraud by NHS professionals includes claiming for treatment or services not provided (e.g. Medicines Use Reviews at pharmacies, dental treatment or optical services not carried out) and working elsewhere while on sick leave.
By managers and staff
Fraud by NHS managers and staff includes submitting fraudulent claims for grants and payments (e.g. false or inflated travel or subsistence claims, and fraudulent applications for funding and training).
By contractors and suppliers
Contractor and supplier fraud includes charging for items of a higher quality or greater quantity than those supplied, and using inappropriate tendering processes.
Patient fraud includes claiming for free or reduced cost treatment and services when not entitled, and using aliases to get prescription drugs.