Title 24, Chapter 10, Section 71
(a) Where it appears that medical records for which a subpoena or
order for production has been issued should be kept in an
institution as reasonably necessary for the treatment of a patient,
the court in which admission is sought shall order that reproduction
of the medical records shall be made, the reproduction when duly
certified to be admissible in place of the medical records.
(b) Where it does not so appear that medical records should be kept
in an institution, an institution upon request at any time shall be
permitted to substitute reproductions for medical records, provided
such reproductions shall be accompanied by a certificate executed by
the person responsible for keeping medical records that the
reproductions are true and accurate copies of the medical records.
(c) A court upon good cause shown may order that available medical
records be produced to determine the accuracy of reproductions made
pursuant to this Code section.