N.J. Admin. Code § 10:164A-6.2 - Confidentiality and disclosure of information

(a) All personally identifiable information regarding applicants, clients or caregivers obtained or maintained under the Adult Day Services Program for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease or Related Disorders shall be confidential and shall not be released without the written consent of the authorized agent or caregiver.
(b) The prohibition against unauthorized disclosure in (a) above shall not be construed to prevent:
1. The release of statistical or summary data or information in which applicants or clients cannot be identified;
2. The release to the Attorney General, or other legal representative of the State, of information or files relating to the claim of any applicant, clients, or their authorized agent challenging the program's statutes, rules, or a determination made pursuant thereto, or against whom an action or proceeding for the recovery of incorrectly paid benefits has been instituted;
3. The release of information or files to the State Treasurer, the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services or other governmental agency, or to their duly authorized representatives, for an audit, review of expenditures or similar activity authorized by law; or
4. The release of information or files to any law enforcement authority charged with the investigation or prosecution of violations of the criminal laws of this State.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 10:164A-6.2

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