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10.10.08.00.htm 10.10.08.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 10 LABORATORIES Chapter 08 Medical Laboratories ― Sanctions Authority: Health-General Article, §17-202, 17-206, 17-210, 17-211, and 17-509, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.10.08.01.htm 10.10.08.01. 01 General.. A. Authority and Types.. 1) The Secretary may impose one or more principal or alternative sanctions.. 2) Principal Sanctions. The Secretary may impose the following principal sanctions:. a) Denial of a license;. b) Suspension of a license; and. c) Revocation of a license.. 3) Alternative Sanctions. Instead of or in conjunction with lifting a principal sanction, the Secretary may impose one or more of the following alternative sanctions:
10.10.08.02.htm 10.10.08.02. 02 Departmental Actions ― General.. A. Deficiency Posing Immediate Jeopardy.. 1) If a laboratory's deficiency poses immediate jeopardy to personal or public health or safety, the Secretary shall take one or more of the actions listed in §A(2) and(3) of this regulation.2) Initial Actions. When a deficiency involving immediate jeopardy is first identified, the Secretary shall:a) Require the laboratory to take immediate action to remove the jeopardy; and. b) Impose:.
10.10.08.03.htm 10.10.08.03. 03 Departmental Actions ― Principal Sanctions.. A. Hearing Requirement.. 1) Except when the Secretary finds that a danger to public health or safety imperatively requires that emergency action be taken to correct a deficiency, the Secretary shall inform the licensee in writing when a suspension or revocation of the licensee's license takes effect, the reason for the suspension or revocation, and that the licensee has an opportunity for a hearing on the matter before th
10.10.08.04.htm 10.10.08.04. 04 Enforcement Procedures ― Proficiency Testing.. A. Application. If a laboratory's performance in proficiency testing is unsuccessful or unsatisfactory, as set forth in COMAR 10.10.05, the Secretary may require the laboratory to undertake the directed plan of correction of the training of its personnel or the obtaining of necessary technical assistance, or both, in order to meet the proficiency testing requirements of this chapter.B. Procedures. A laboratory required to undertake
10.10.08.05.htm 10.10.08.05. 05 Departmental Action ― Reporting Erroneous or Questionable Patient Test Results.. A. If the Department determines that a licensee has reported an erroneous or questionable patient test result that threatens the health or safety of the patient, the Secretary may order the licensee, within a specified period of time, to:1) Give prompt notice of the erroneous or questionable patient test result to the:. a) Person who requested that the test be performed; and.
10.10.08.9999.htm 10.10.08.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 13, 1999 (26:25 Md. R. 1897). Regulation .01B amended effective June 1, 2009 (36:11 Md. R. 787). Regulation .02A, B amended effective June 1, 2009 (36:11 Md. R. 787). Regulation .04B amended effective June 1, 2009 (36:11 Md. R. 787). Regulation .05 adopted effective March 27, 2006 (33:6 Md. R. 578).
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