Definitions (as amended by 2014 c 220).
Definitions (as amended by 2014 c 225).
Disclosure by health care provider.
Patient authorization of disclosure.
Patient's revocation of authorization for disclosure.
Third-party payor release of information.
Disclosure without patient's authorization—Need-to-know basis.
Discovery request or compulsory process.
Certification of record.
Patient's examination and copying—Requirements.
Patient's request—Denial of examination and copying.
Correction or amendment of record.
Correction or amendment or statement of disagreement—Procedure.
Notice of information practices—Display conspicuously.
Consent by others—Health care representatives.
Representative of deceased patient.
Retention of record.
Licensees under chapter 18.225
Subject to chapter.
Disclosure without patient's authorization—Permitted and mandatory disclosures.
Disclosure without patient's authorization—Research.
Sexually transmitted diseases—Permitted and mandatory disclosures.
Mental health services, confidentiality of records—Permitted disclosures.
Mental health services—Minors—Permitted disclosures.
Mental health services—Department of corrections.
Mental health services—Requests for information and records.
Health care information—Use or disclosure prohibited.
Health care providers and facilities—Prohibited actions.
Agency rule-making requirements—Use/destruction of health care information by certain state and local agencies—Unauthorized disclosure—Notice—Rules/policies available on agency's web site.
Sexually transmitted diseases—Required statement upon disclosure.
Mental health services—Information and records.
Mental health services—Minors—Prompt entry in record upon disclosure.
Obtaining confidential records under false pretenses—Penalty.
Disclosure of information and records related to mental health services—Agency rule-making authority.
Department of social and health services—Release of information to protect the public.
Application and construction—1991 c 335.
Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.