Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1370-01-.18 - CONSUMER RIGHT-TO-KNOW REQUIREMENTS
(1) 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; and
(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. Sexual misconduct on the part of the practitioner.
2. Alcohol or drug abuse on the part of the practitioner.
3. Life-threatening, physical injury or threat of life-threatening, physical injury by the practitioner.
4. Abuse or neglect of any minor, spouse, or the elderly by the practitioner.
5. Fraud or theft on the part of the practitioner.
(2) If any misdemeanor or felony 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.
Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-5-202, 4-5-204, 63-17-105, and 63-51-101, et seq.
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