Before a resident is transferred due to a long-term health care facility's change in license or operation status, the facility shall ensure that the following are completed: a medical assessment of the resident's condition; an assessment of the resident's social and physical functioning; and an evaluation of the resident's relocation needs. Assessments and evaluation shall be discussed with the resident and made part of the resident's medical records for transfer.
Informed consent to human experimentation means authorization to a medical experiment and requires the subject (or subject's conservator) be informed in the written consent form of certain facts regarding the medical experiment, the subject's rights and alternatives to participation.
Upon receipt of a written request within 90 business days of an adverse underwriting decision to an applicant, policyholder or individual proposed for coverage, the insurance institution or agent shall furnish to such person the specific reason or reasons for the adverse underwriting decision.
Upon the request the patient, a local health department or the State Department that has received the patient's information under (c), shall provide the patient with information regarding information that has been shared and stop sharing the information after the date request was received.
Except as per 123115 and 123120, patients, minor patients authorized to consent to medical treatment, and any patient representatives shall be entitled to inspect patient records upon written request and payment of clerical costs. Such persons shall also be entitled to copies of patient records. Health care providers are prohibited from withholding patient records because of unpaid bills.
Any patient inspecting his or her patient records shall have the right to provide the health care provider with a written addendum with respect to any part of the records that the patient finds to be incorrect or incomplete. Such addendum shall be attached to the patient's records.
Physicians determining not to return a Medicare enrollee to a skilled nursing facility after being discharged from an acute care hospital shall document reasons for denial in the patient's medical record and share the written explanation with the patient.
The section sets out requirements of recording of advance health care directive-related information in patient's health care record and notification to agent or surrogate regarding revocation or disqualification
An agency may disclose personal information to an adopted person that is limited to general background information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents, provided that the information does not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.
An agency may disclose personal information to a child or a grandchild of an adopted person and disclosure is limited to medically necessary information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents. The information, or the process for obtaining the information, shall not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.