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Ind. Code Ann. § 27-13-31-3 - Information and records held by health care review committees that are subject to subpoena or discovery

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This law states that the information considered by and the records of proceedings held by health care review committees are confidential and cannot be disclosed pursuant to a subpoena except:

  • During a proceeding in front of the appropriate licensing/certifying agency, or
  • During an appeal from the committee’s finding or recommendation

When such information is used by a state licensing/certifying agency or in an appeal, then the information/records are required to be kept confidential and are subject to the same provisions with respect to discovery and use in legal actions as the information/records maintained by the committee itself.

Current as of June 2015