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Mich. Admin. Code r. 325.14711 - Maintenance of client records

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Every patient receiving treatment for mental health or substance abuse must have a medical record that includes the results of examinations and tests, treatment plans, consultation notes, and consent forms, among others. The facility must provide sufficient storage locations for the medical records and provide for the security of such information. The medical records must be maintained for at least 3 years following the end of services. Electronic storage of medical records is allowed; however, the facility must ensure the privacy and confidentiality of the medical records.

Current as of June 2015