Chapter 7 - RULES GOVERNING THE DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION PERTAINING TO MENTALLY DISABLES CLIENTS

  1. § 193-7-A - DEFINITIONS
  2. § 193-7-B - DISCLOSURE OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Permitted Disclosure by Licensed Mental Health Professional
  3. § 193-7-C - APPEAL
  4. § 193-7-D - IMPLEMENTATION OF APPEAL DECISION
  5. CAREGIVER REQUEST FOR DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

Current through 2021-51, December 22, 2021

LEGAL AUTHORITY AND SCOPE:

These rules are promulgated under the authority of 34-B M.R.S.A.1207, sub-5 and apply to agencies licensed or funded by the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation for the provision of mental health services and to public or private inpatient psychiatric units, including the state operated mental health institutes.

These rules do not permit disclosure of information from records protected by federal laws and regulations governing the confidentiality of alcohol and drug abuse patient records unless the provisions of those laws and regulations are also met.

Information regarding HIV infection saws or of the results of an HIV test is not subject to disclosure under these rules unless the provisions of 5 M.R.S.A. are met.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE: August 15, 1995
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION): May 15, 1996

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