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10.21.03.00.htm 10.21.03.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 21 MENTAL HYGIENE REGULATIONS Chapter 03 Requirements for Individual Treatment Plans Authority: Health-General Article, §10-705, Annotated Code of MarylandPreface. The intent of the individualized treatment plan is to assure that the individual rights of patients are preserved and respected; to assure that the specific individual needs of patients are identified and met as efficiently, effectively, and economically as possible; to assu
10.21.03.01.htm 10.21.03.01. 01 Scope.. A. These regulations shall apply to every individual admitted either voluntarily or involuntarily to any inpatient mental health facility licensed by, or under the jurisdiction of, the Maryland Department of Health. These regulations may not apply to institutions for the care of developmentally disabled patients, or to those patients committed by the courts for evaluation only.B. These regulations are supplemental to any other laws and regulations tha
10.21.03.02.htm 10.21.03.02. 02 Definitions.. A. "Active treatment" means the regular participation by a patient in professionally developed and supervised activities, experiences, or therapies based on an individual treatment plan.B. "Department" means the Maryland Department of Health.. C. "Mental health professional treatment team" means:. 1) One or more duly licensed physicians or psychiatrists, one of whom shall assume responsibility for the development and implementation of an individ
10.21.03.03.htm 10.21.03.03. 03 Content and Nature of Individual Treatment Plan.. A. The individual treatment plan is a comprehensive and thoughtfully written plan based on an initial diagnostic impression and an overall evaluation of the patient's specific needs and problems. It includes an inventory of the patient's strengths as well as weaknesses, and sets forth short-term measurable goals and behaviorally stated objectives aimed at maximal restoration of the patient's adaptive capacity and return t
10.21.03.04.htm 10.21.03.04. 04 Severability.. If any section or provision of these regulations is declared unconstitutional or void by any court of competent jurisdiction, or its applicability to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the constitutionality or validity of the remainder of these regulations and their applicability to other persons and circumstances may not be affected, and, to this end, the sections and provisions of these regulations are declared to be severable.
10.21.03.9999.htm 10.21.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: June 25, 1975 (2:14 Md. R. 1016) Annotation: COMAR 10.21.03 cited in Attorney General Opinion No. 82-034 (November 18, 1982) ―Chapter revised effective January 9, 1989 (15:27 Md. R. 3129).
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