Sales of disability insurance, Medicare supplement insurance and long-term care insurance sold to persons aged 65 years or older, shall be registered by the insurer with the commissioner. The commissioner shall provide facilities for the computerized recordkeeping of all registered policies and certificates. The commissioner shall adopt regulations to implement and administer registration pursuant to this section. Regulations shall include criteria for releasing the registered information to parties outside the department.
If a clinic has an automated drug delivery system, the clinic must develop policies and procedures to ensure safety, accuracy, accountability, patient confidentiality, and the maintenance of the drugs. Drugs may only be removed from the automated drug delivery system if authorized by the pharmacist after reviewing the patient's profile.
Every health care service plan shall file with the director a copy of their policies and procedures to protect the security of patient medical information to ensure compliance with the Confidentiality of Information Act. Upon the request of enrollees or subscribers, health care service providers shall provide a written statement of their plan to maintain the confidentiality of medical information obtained and in their possession.
Hospital rules shall include the listed provisions including that medical records of patients shall be the basis of review of medical staff's professional work performed in the hospital and that accurate and complete medical records must be kept for all patients.
No life or disability income insurer shall test for HIV without obtaining applicant's informed consent, and providing counseling and privacy protection. In the event of a positive test, the insurer shall notify the applicant's designated physician.