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Privacy and Confidentiality in Hawaii

 

Privacy and Confidentiality in Hawaii

Subtopic Statute/Regulation Description
Privacy and Confidentiality Haw. Admin. Rules (HAR) § 11-93-21 - Medical Record System Licensed Hawaii hospitals must maintain confidential medical records that contain information regarding the patient’s identity, diagnosis,...
Haw. Admin. Rules (HAR) § 11-93-26 - Patient's Rights Licensed Hawaii hospitals must establish “[w]ritten policies regarding the rights and responsibilities of patients…” These rights...
Haw. Admin. Rules (HAR) § 11-93-3 - Licensing Hawaii grants the Director of the Department of the Health the authority to license, inspect, and discipline hospitals. Hospitals that violate...
Haw. Rev. Stat. § 334-5 - Confidentiality of records All substance abuse treatment records are confidential to the same extent that mental health records are confidential and may only be disclosed...
Haw. Rev. Stat. § 334-5 - Confidentiality of records Records and information relating to the mental health of an individual  are confidential to the same extent that substance abuse records are...
HRS § 453-1.3 - Practice of Telemedicine Hawaii permits the practice of telemedicine by licensed physicians. Hawaii defines “telemedicine” as treating or evaluating a patient...
HRS § 453-8 - Revocation, Limitation, Suspension, or Denial of Licenses The Hawaii Medical Board may revoke, limit, or suspend a physician’s license for, among other grounds, practicing in violation of the ethical...
HRS § 453-8.2 - Disciplinary Action Hawaii authorizes the Hawaii Medical Board to discipline licensed physicians through the following sanctions (1) probation; (2) license suspension; (...
HRS § 622-57 - Availability of medical records A provider must give a patient access to copies of his or her medical records once requested unless the provider feels that access would be...