Butler v Fort Hudson Nursing Ctr., Inc. :: 2020 :: New
Public Health Law § 2801-d, which was enacted in 1975, creates a private right of action in favor of a patient and against "[a]ny residential health care facility that deprives any patient in said facility of any right or benefit . . . . For purposes of this section a 'right or benefit' of a patient of a residential health …
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Article 1. County Health Officers :: Health and Safety
(7 days ago) 2010 California Code Health and Safety Code Article 1. County Health Officers HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 101025-101070 101025. The board of supervisors of each county shall take measures as may be necessary to preserve and protect the public health in the unincorporated territory of the county, including, if indicated, the adoption of ordinances, regulations and orders not in conflict with
California Health and Safety Code § 1250 (2019) :: 2019
(8 days ago) The health services provided by a correctional treatment center shall include, but are not limited to, all of the following basic services: physician and surgeon, psychiatrist, psychologist, nursing, pharmacy, and dietary. A correctional treatment center may provide the following services: laboratory, radiology, perinatal, and any other
Chapter 10.4. Asbestos Notification :: Health and Safety
(7 days ago) 2010 California Code Health and Safety Code Chapter 10.4. Asbestos Notification HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 25915-25919.7 25915. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the owner of any building constructed prior to 1979, who knows that the building contains asbestos-containing construction materials, shall provide notice to all employees of that owner working within …
The State of New York, the City of New York, the New
(2 days ago) The State of New York, the City of New York, the New Yorkcity Health & Hospitals Corp., Dr. Irving Rust, on Behalf Ofhimself, His Patients and All Others Similarly Situated, Dr.melvin Padawer, on Behalf of Himself, His Patients, and Allothers Similarly Situated, Medical and Health Researchassociation of New York City, Inc., Planned Parenthood Ofnew York City, Inc., Planned Parenthood
(4 days ago) (4) "Health care power of attorney" means a durable power of attorney executed in accordance with this section. (5) "Health care provider" means a person, health care facility, organization, or corporation licensed, certified, or otherwise authorized or permitted by the laws of this State to administer health …
Code of Virginia § 32.1-127.1:03
(2 days ago) "Health care entity" means any health care provider, health plan or healthcare clearinghouse. "Health care provider" means those entities listed in the definition of"health care provider" in 8.01-581.1, except that state-operatedfacilities shall also be considered health care providers for the purposes ofthis section. Health care provider shall
CHAPTER 1. POWERS AND DUTIES OF LOCAL HEALTH …
(9 days ago) Health and planning services contracts Sec. 8. (a) The board of each local health department may enter into contract with the state department, other local boards of health, other units of government, a private individual, or a corporation for the provision of health services within the board's jurisdiction.
Mandeville v NYC Health & Hosps./Harlem :: 2021 :: New
(4 days ago) Mandeville v NYC Health & Hosps./Harlem 2021 NY Slip Op 31815(U) May 18, 2021 Supreme Court, New York County Docket Number: 159748/2020 Judge: Dakota D. Ramseur Cases posted with a "30000" identifier, i.e., 2013 NY Slip Op 30001(U), are republished from various New York State and local government sources, including the New York State Unified Court System's eCourts Service.
CHAPTER 1. HEALTH CARE CONSENT :: 2016 Indiana Code :: US
(2 days ago) (a) A health care provider or any interested person (as defined in IC 30-5-2-6) may petition the probate court in the county where the individual who is the subject of the petition is present for purposes of receiving health care to: (1) make a health care decision or order health care for an individual incapable of consenting; or (2) appoint a
HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE :: 2015 Texas Statutes :: US Codes
(3 days ago) 2015 Texas Statutes. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE. TITLE 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS. TITLE 2 - HEALTH. TITLE 3 - VITAL STATISTICS. TITLE 4 - HEALTH FACILITIES. TITLE 5 - SANITATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. TITLE 6 - FOOD, DRUGS, ALCOHOL, AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. TITLE 7 - MENTAL HEALTH AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY.
CHAPTER 166. ADVANCE DIRECTIVES :: Texas Health & Safety
(4 days ago) A health or residential care provider, health care service plan, insurer issuing disability insurance, self-insured employee benefit plan, or nonprofit hospital service plan may not: (1) charge a person a different rate solely because the person has executed a medical power of attorney; (2) require a person to execute a medical power of
CHAPTER 645 MENTAL HEALTH ACT :: 2011 Kentucky Revised
(Just Now) CHAPTER 645 MENTAL HEALTH ACT. 645.010 Title of chapter. 645.020 Definitions for chapter. 645.030 Voluntary admission to hospital. 645.035 Rights of hospitalized child. 645.040 Certification petition. 645.050 Contents of certification petition. 645.060 Procedures upon filing petition -- Appointment of counsel. 645.070 Hearing procedure.
2013 Maryland Code :: HEALTH OCCUPATIONS :: § 12-403
(Just Now) HEALTH OCCUPATIONS. § 12-403 - Required standards. §12-403. (a) This section does not require a nonresident pharmacy to violate the laws or regulations of the state in which it is located. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this section, a pharmacy for which a pharmacy permit has been issued under this title: (1) Shall be operated in
CHAPTER 1. LICENSURE OF HOME HEALTH AGENCIES :: 2016
(2 days ago) A home health agency that provides to a patient notice concerning a third party billing for a home health service provided to the patient shall ensure that the notice: (1) conspicuously states that the notice is not a bill; (2) does not include a tear-off portion; and (3) is not accompanied by a return mailing envelope.
CA Health & Safety Code § 11590 :: Section 11590 :: 2011
(9 days ago) Health and Safety Code DIVISION 10. UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT [11000 - 11651] ARTICLE 4. Registration of Controlled Substance Offenders Section 11590. CA Health & Safety Code § 11590 (through 2012 Leg Sess) What's This?
New York Public Health
(4 days ago) (b) The health care proxy may include the principal's wishes or instructions about health care decisions, and limitations upon the agent's authority. (c) The health care proxy may provide that it expires upon a specified date or upon the occurrence of a certain condition.
2009 California Health and Safety Code
(7 days ago) HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION 121525-121555 121525. (a) Except as provided in Section 121555, no person shall be initially employed by a private or parochial elementary or secondary school, or any nursery school, unless that person produces or has on file with the school a certificate showing that within the last 60 days the person has been
2014 Arkansas Code :: Title 20
(5 days ago) § 20-6-103 - Oral or written individual instructions -- Advance directive for health care -- When effective -- Decisions based on best interest assessment -- Out-of-state directives -- Construction. § 20-6-104 - Revocation of the designation of agent -- Revocation of advance directive -- Spouse as agent -- Conflicts.
Section 4-306 :: Maryland Health
(7 days ago) Maryland Health - General Section 4-306 Article - Health - General § 4-306. (a) In this section, "compulsory process" includes a subpoena, summons, warrant, or court order that appears on its face to have been issued on lawful authority.
2010 Indiana Code :: TITLE 12. HUMAN SERVICES
(3 days ago) (1) A health officer. (2) A police officer. (3) A friend of the individual. (4) A relative of the individual. (5) The spouse of the individual. (6) A guardian of the individual. (7) The superintendent of a facility where the individual is present. (8) A prosecuting attorney in accordance with IC 35-36-2-4.
Section 18-905 :: Maryland Health
(8 days ago) Article - Health - General § 18-905. (a) In investigating actual or potential exposures to a deadly agent, the Secretary: (1) (i) May issue an order requiring individuals whom the Secretary has reason to believe have been exposed to a deadly agent to seek appropriate and necessary evaluation and treatment;
31-36-10 :: 31-36 :: Title 31 — Health :: 2006 Georgia
(8 days ago) 2006 Georgia Code - 31-36-10 31-36-10. (a) The statutory health care power of attorney form contained in this subsection may be used to grant an agent powers with respect to the principal´s own health care; but the statutory health care power is not intended to be exclusive or to cover delegation of a parent´s power to control the health care of a minor child, and no provision of this
2013 Rhode Island General Laws :: Title 23
(6 days ago) The department of health shall promulgate rules and regulations to include the process whereby health care professionals with knowledge of an incident shall report it to the hospital, requirements for the hospital to conduct a root cause analysis of the incident or other appropriate process for incident investigation and to develop and file a
Section 18-338.3 :: Maryland Health
(Just Now) (ii) "Health care provider" includes any agent or employee of a hospital. (iii) "Health care provider" does not include an individual who is eligible to receive notification under the provisions of § 18-213 of this title, including any law enforcement officer or any member of any …
CA Health & Safety Code § 11364.1 :: Section 11364.1
(1 days ago) CA Health & Safety Code § 11364.1 (through 2012 Leg Sess) What's This? (a) It is unlawful to possess an opium pipe or any device, contrivance, instrument, or paraphernalia used for unlawfully injecting or smoking (1) a controlled substance specified in subdivision (b), (c), or (e), or paragraph (1) of subdivision (f) of Section 11054
Health Carousel, LLC v. Bureau of Citizenship and
(9 days ago) Health Carousel claims that the AAO parsed the text of the advertisements, trying to find one way or another to invalidate the relevancy of the advertisement. (Doc. 19 at 18). However, Health Carousel fails to cite the relevant statutory framework under which the AAO evaluated the advertisements, which requires that the advertisements be for 1
Bielar v. Washoe Health Sys., Inc. :: 2013 :: Supreme
(5 days ago) Washoe Health Sys., Inc., Docket No. 50859 (Order of Reversal and Remand, June 23, 2009). This court held that Bielar had standing to assert her NRS 439B.260(1) discount claim as she presented sufficient facts to establish a logical nexus between her and her claim and an interest in its adjudication. Additionally, this court remanded the matter
CHAPTER 611. MENTAL HEALTH RECORDS :: Texas Health
(4 days ago) 2005 Texas Health & Safety Code CHAPTER 611. MENTAL HEALTH RECORDS HEALTH & SAFETY CODE SUBTITLE E. SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO MENTAL ILLNESS AND MENTAL RETARDATION CHAPTER 611. MENTAL HEALTH RECORDS § 611.001. DEFINITIONS. In this chapter: (1) "Patient" means a person who consults or is interviewed by a professional for diagnosis
Chapter 8. Home Health Agencies :: California Health and
(3 days ago) (d) "Home health aide services" means personal care services provided under a plan of treatment prescribed by the patient's physician and surgeon who is licensed to practice medicine in the state. Home health aide services shall be provided by a person certified by the state department as a home health aide pursuant to this chapter.
105 ILCS 110/ Critical Health Problems and Comprehensive
(2 days ago) (105 ILCS 110/3) (from Ch. 122, par. 863) Sec. 3. Comprehensive Health Education Program. The program established under this Act shall include, but not be limited to, the following major educational areas as a basis for curricula in all elementary and secondary schools in this State: human ecology and health, human growth and development, the emotional, psychological, physiological, hygienic
Section 10-101 :: Maryland Health
(8 days ago) Maryland Health - General Section 10-101 Article - Health - General § 10-101. (a) In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. (b) "Administration" means the Mental Hygiene Administration. (c) (1) "Admission" means the process by which an individual is …
New York Public Health
(4 days ago) NY Pub Health L § 2805-D (2014) What's This? 2805-d. Limitation of medical, dental or podiatric malpractice action based on lack of informed consent. 1. Lack of informed consent means the failure of the person providing the professional treatment or diagnosis to disclose to the patient such alternatives thereto and the reasonably foreseeable
Section 8-505 :: Maryland Health
(7 days ago) Maryland Health - General Section 8-505 Article - Health - General § 8-505. (a) (1) Before or during a criminal trial or before sentencing, the court may order the Department to evaluate a defendant to determine whether, by reason of drug or alcohol abuse, the defendant is …
CHAPTER 1. HEALTH CARE CONSENT :: 2011 Indiana Code :: US
(9 days ago) Chapter 1. Health Care Consent. IC 16-36-1-1. Health care defined. Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "health care" means any care, treatment, service, or procedure to maintain, diagnose, or treat an individual's physical or mental condition. The term includes admission to a health care facility.
New York Public Health
(2 days ago) "Residential health care facility" means a nursing home or a facility providing health-related service. 4. (a) "Hospital service" means the preadmission, out-patient, in-patient and post discharge care provided in or by a hospital, and such other items or services as are necessary for such care, which are provided by or under the supervision of
Section 5-605 :: Maryland Health
(7 days ago) Maryland Health - General Section 5-605 Article - Health - General § 5-605. (a) (1) In this subsection, "unavailable" means: (i) After reasonable inquiry, a health care provider is unaware of the existence of a surrogate decision maker;
Maner v. Dignity Health, No. 18-17159 (9th Cir. 2021
(1 days ago) Dignity Health eliminated Maner’s position on October 1, 2011, citing Maner’s poor performance review and the lab’s lack of funding. On October 11, Maner protested the termination in a letter sent to Dignity Health’s Senior Vice President for …