Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1020-01-.17 - CONSUMER RIGHT-TO-KNOW REQUIREMENTS

(1) Malpractice reporting requirements. The threshold amount below which medical malpractice judgments, awards or settlements in which payments are awarded to complaining parties need not be reported pursuant to the "Health Care Consumer Right-To-Know Act of 1998" shall be ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
(2) Criminal conviction reporting requirements. For purposes of the "Health Care Consumer Right-To-Know Act of 1998", the following criminal convictions must be reported:
(a) Conviction of any felony.
(b) Conviction or adjudication of guilt of any misdemeanor, regardless of its classification, in which any element of the misdemeanor involves any one or more of the following:
1. Sex.
2. Alcohol or drugs.
3. Physical injury or threat of injury to any person.
4. Abuse or neglect of any minor, spouse or the elderly.
5. Fraud or theft.
(c) If any misdemeanor conviction reported under this rule is ordered expunged, a copy of the order of expungement signed by the judge must be submitted to the department before the conviction will be expunged from any profile.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1020-01-.17
Original rule certified June 7, 1974. Amendment filed October 22, 1987; effective December 6, 1987. Amendment filed September 24, 1987; effective December 29, 1987. Repeal filed December 17, 1991; effective January 31, 1992. New rule filed April 10, 2000; effective July 1, 2000.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-5-202, 4-5-204, 63-16-103, and 63-51-101, et seq.

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