Medical Record Retention for Minors



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State Medical Record Laws – HealthIT.gov

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Table A-7. State Medical Record Laws: Minimum Medical Record Retention.
Periods for Records Held by Medical Doctors and Hospitals*. Summary of
statutory or regulatory provision by entity. State. Medical Doctors. Hospitals.
Alabama. As long as may be necessary to treat the patient and for medical legal
purposes. Ala.

Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable … – HealthIT.gov

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Aug 1, 2009 August 2009. Privacy and Security Solutions for. Interoperable Health Information
. Exchange. Report on State Medical Record Access Laws. Prepared for. RTI
International. 230 W Monroe, Suite 2100. Chicago, IL 60606. P. Jon White, MD,
Director of Health IT. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Medical Record Retention and Media Formats for … – CMS.gov

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Aug 21, 2012 Page 2 of 3. Retention Periods. State laws generally govern how long medical
records are to be retained. However, the Health. Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 (HIPAA) administrative simplification rules
require a covered entity, such as a physician billing Medicare, to retain.

Record Retention Requirements – Idaho Department of Health and …

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Dec 23, 2016 not less than seven (7) years. If the patient/resident is a minor, the record shall be
preserved for a period of not less than seven (7) years following his eighteenth
birthday. (1-1-88) 05. Confidentiality. The facility shall safeguard medical record
information against loss, destruction, and unauthorized use.

Retention of Medical Records Guideline – Washington State …

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Washington State Medical Association recommendation that practitioners should
retain medical records and x-rays for at least: a. ten years from the date of a
patient's last visit, prescription refill, telephone contact, test or other patient
contact; b. 21 years from the date of a minor patient's birth; c. six years from the
date of a …

medical record guidelines – Kentucky: Cabinet for Health and Family …

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Aug 1, 2010 Procedures for Implementing the Records Retention & Disposal Schedule.
Retention Time Period for ….. If a child does not have a complete medical record
and receives the dental varnish in the health … Schedule and guidelines for
applying the Records Retention Schedule to the Medical. Record in this …

2015 guidelines for the retention periods of medical records

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1. 2015 GUIDELINES FOR THE RETENTION PERIODS OF MEDICAL
RECORDS. Category. Medical Record(1) Retention Period(2). 1. Computerised/
electronic medical records(3). Lifetime(4) +6 years. 2. Paper Hospital / Inpatient
records(5) (includes private & community hospitals) a) Adults. 15 years b) Minors.
Until the …

Medical Records – CT.gov

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each patient, and such medical records shall be kept for the period prescribed:
chapters 334b,. 370 thru 373, 375, 376, 378 thru 381, 383 thru 384, 388, 398,
399, and Public Acts 83-352 and. 83-441. (Effective August 29, 1984.) 19a-14-42.
Retention schedule. Unless specified otherwise herein, all parts of a medical
record …

Retention of Medical Records Policy – San Bernardino County

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Apr 9, 2007 B. Juvenile court records under the FAST program are stored and archived for
minors differently from the general retention policy. DBH retains these records
until the youth reaches the age of 28. This includes records that are closed and
not sealed, closed and sealed, and any mental health consultation …

new hampshire statutes related to health information privacy

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Health Care Providers. RSA. Public Health & Safety. 151. Health facilities,
patient's bill of rights. 126. Health Care Data. 318. Prescription information. 132.
Newborn screening (maternal/child health). 318-B. Controlled drug prescription.
135-C. Mental health services. 332-I. Medical records. 137-K. Brain and spinal
cord …

Medical Records – Nebraska Department of Health and Human …

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Source: Laws 1999, LB 17, § 1. Effective date August … (2) Mental health medical
records means medical records or parts thereof created by or under the direction
or supervision of a licensed … (4) This section does not require the retention of
records or impose liability for the destruction of records in the ordinary course of …

Page 1 STATE OF MICHIGAN RICK SNYDER DEPARTMENT OF …

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that if a patient or a patient's authorized representative requests a copy of all or
part of the patient's medical record, the health care provider, health facility, or
medical records company to which the request is directed may charge the patient
or the patient's authorized representative a fee. The Act requires the Department
of …

Rationale: Well-documented medical records facilitate …

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Medical Record Reviewer Guidelines – Format (All criteria applies to paper and
Electronic. Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR) charts
unless otherwise stated). For the purposes of these guidelines, EMR will be
referenced. A. An individual medical record is established for each child/youth.
Providers …

Rules Regarding Medical Records – OK.gov

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Retention and preservation of records. (a). State retention requirements. Medical
records shall be retained a minimum of five (5) years beyond the date the patient
was last seen or a minimum of three (3) years beyond the date of the patient's
death. Records of newborns or minors shall be retained three (3) years past the.

Medical Records Management HCMSP 145-501-16

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Jul 20, 2016 ervices. Children's Medical Services. Managed Care Plan. Medical Records
Management. Page 3 of 22. ~. Date. A. Retention Schedule: Period of time in
which the CMS medical record series is required to be retained before being
scheduled for disposal. The official list of established record series stating …

Iowa Administrative Code – Iowa Board of Medicine

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Termination of the physician-patient relationship. A physician may choose whom
to serve. Having undertaken the care of a patient, the physician may not neglect
the patient. A physician shall provide a patient written notice of the termination of
the physician-patient relationship. A physician shall ensure that emergency …

SCHEDULE 1 ADMINISTRATIVE Utah State General Records

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May include audio and video recordings. RETENTION. 5 years. DISPOSITION.
Transfer to Archives. (Approved 07/90). Utah State General Records Retention
Schedule …. Documentation relating to client or patient medical information.
Includes physical ….. Requests from agencies for repair of building equipment,
minor.

title 11 – Hawaii State Department of Health

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May 1, 1992 §11-93-61. Medical director. §11-93-62. Medical records. §11-93-63. Nursing
service. §11-93-64. Pathology. §11-93-65. Patient care. §11-93-66.
Pharmaceutical service. §11-93-67 …. Hawaii state laws and rules relative to the
operation of a hospital. …… state laws governing retention of medical records.