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Privacy and Confidentiality in District of Columbia

 

Privacy and Confidentiality in District of Columbia

Subtopic Statute/Regulation Description
Privacy and Confidentiality 22 DC ADC § 2022 - Patient Rights Washington D.C. Hospitals must establish to policies and procedures to protect patient rights. These policies and procedures must include, among...
22 DC ADC § 2030 - Record Keeping Requirements Washington D.C. hospitals must maintain medical records for all patients. Records must contain information regarding the patient’s identity,...
D.C. Code § 24-604 - Public intoxication; confidential records This statute governs the confidentiality of alcohol detoxification center records. Information may be disclosed with the written consent of the...
D.C. Code § 7-3006 - Confidential records The statute governing the confidentiality of abuse treatment information applies to all records furnished to the Addiction Prevention and Recovery...
D.C. Code §§ 7-1201-1- 1208.07 - Definitions; General Provisions; Disclosures with the Client’s Consent; Exceptions; Court-Related Disclosures Mental health treatment information is confidential and privileged to the patient, and may only be disclosed according to one of the statutes. All...
DC ST § 3-1205.14 - Revocation, Suspension, or Denial of License or Privilege; Civil Penalty; Reprimand Washington D.C. “Health Occupations Boards” (e.g. board of medicine, board of pharmacy, board of nursing, etc.) may discipline licensed...