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Medical Records Collection, Retention, and Access in Maryland

 

Medical Records Collection, Retention, and Access in Maryland

Subtopic Statute/Regulation Description
Medical Records Collection, Retention, and Access MD Code, Health-General § 4-304 - Medical records; copy fees A health care provider must comply with a patient’s written request to either receive a copy of his or her medical record or see a copy of the...
MD Code, Health-General § 4-309 - Violations of Subtitle A health care provider who fails to provide a patient his or her medical record upon written request after 21 working days from the request will be...
Md. Code Ann., Health Occ. § 14-404 - License denial, suspension, or revocation Physicians may face disciplinary sanctions for a variety of grounds including: Failing to maintain patient records; and Discriminating against...
Md. Code Ann., Health-Gen. § 19-710 - Certificate qualifications In order to qualify for a certificate of authority to operate as a health maintenance organization, the health maintenance organization: Must not...
Md. Code of Regs. §10.01.16.04 - Maintenance of Medical Records. Providers must develop and maintain a records retention schedule in compliance with Regulations .04—.07 of this chapter. Except as provided in...
Md. Code Regs. 10.01.16.06 - Instructions for handling medical records upon discontinuation of medical practice When a health care provider discontinues medical practice, the health care provider must immediately secure the medical records until the medical...
Md. Code Regs. 10.05.01.09 - Medical records Freestanding ambulatory care facilities must maintain medical records for each patient. Each patient’s medical record must contain patient...
Md. Code Regs. 10.05.02.11 - Health record A freestanding birthing center must maintain health records of each patient. The health record of each patient must contain documentation of all...
Md. Code Regs. 10.07.09.08 - Resident’s rights and services A nursing facility resident has the following rights: Choose an attending physician; Choose a pharmacy to obtain medications; Be fully...
Md. Code Regs. 10.18.06.03 - Conditions for participation A Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program participating health care provider must: Maintain patient records as required by the Medicaid program...
Md. Code Regs. 10.28.17.04 - Guidelines for disciplinary sanctions and imposition of penalties Optometrists may face disciplinary sanctions for a variety of grounds including: Failing to maintain patient records; Failing to provide...
Md. Code Regs. 10.32.03.11 - Prohibited conduct Physician assistants may face disciplinary sanctions for: Failing to maintain patient records; Failing to provide access to a patient’s...
Md. Code Regs. 10.32.03.18 - Sanctioning guidelines for physician assistants A physician assistant may face disciplinary sanctions for: Failing to maintain patient records; Failing to provide access to a patient's...
Md. Code Regs. 10.41.13.04 - Guidelines for disciplinary sanctions and imposition of penalties Audiologists, hearing aid dispensers, and speech-language pathologists for a variety of grounds including: Knowingly making a false report or...
Md. Code Regs. 30.02.04.01 - Prohibited conduct EMS providers are prohibited from: Failing to maintain patient records; Breaching patient confidentiality; and Refusing emergency medical...
Retention, destruction of medical records under the statistics and records law - MD. CODE ANN., HEALTH-GEN. § 4-403 Health care providers must retain medical records for 5 years after the record is made, unless the patient is notified by first-class mail of when...