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Privacy and Confidentiality in Wyoming

 

Privacy and Confidentiality in Wyoming

Subtopic Statute/Regulation Description
Privacy and Confidentiality Client treatment records; confidentiality; limited disclosure permitted; definitions - Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 9-2-125 The records of individuals in mental health or substance abuse treatment facilities under contract with the Wyoming Department of Health are...
Confidentiality Requirements for Substance Abuse Treatment Records - Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 33-38-109 Substance abuse treatment information is confidential and privileged to the patient. Substance abuse records receive the same protection as mental...
Enforcement of Rights Related to Medical Records-Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 35-2-616 Any patient harmed because of a violation of his or her rights related to medical records (regarding access, confidentiality, etc.) may maintain an...
Grounds for Suspension, Revocation, and Restriction for Physicians and Surgeons-Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 33-26-402 These requirements apply to physicians and surgeons.    The Wyoming state board of medicine may refuse to renew, and may revoke,...
Grounds for suspension; revocation; restriction; imposition of conditions; refusal to renew or other disciplinary action- W.S.1977 § 33-26-4022 The Wyoming Medicine Practice Act grants the Wyoming Board of Medicine authority to discipline licensed physicians that violate specified provisions...
Patient access to physician medical records-Wyo. Admin. & Info. Code R. Board of Medicine, ch. 3 § 4 A patient may submit an appropriate, signed, written request for release of information contained in the patient's medical records. Within a...
Substance Abuse Treatment Client Confidentiality and Consent Requirements-6 4 Wyo. Code R. § 2 Substance abuse treatment information is confidential and privileged to the patient, and may be disclosed according to the exceptions provided in...