A health care service plan must authorize or deny a second opinion from another health professional upon the request from an enrollee or health professional treating an enrollee. The health professional providing the second opinion must provide the enrollee and the initial health professional with a consultation report.
A licensed day care center has 30 days after the employment of a staff person or enrollment of a child to secure records requiring information from sources not in the control of the day care center, staff person, or child. The records include, but are not limited to, physical examination, reports by physicians and surgeons, and confirmation of required immunizations.
Safe-surrender site personnel must ensure a medical screening exam and any necessary medical care is provided to child and notify child protective services within 48 hours of obtaining physical custody of the child, and provide any medical information obtained pertinent to the child's health. No consent is required to provide the child with medical care.