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10.32.22.00.htm 10.32.22.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 32 BOARD OF PHYSICIANS Chapter 22 Mandated Reporting to the Board Authority: Health Occupations Article, §14-205(a)2) 14-413, 14-414, 14-5A-18, 14-5B-15, 14-5C-18, 14-5E-18, 14-5F-19 and 15-103, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.32.22.01.htm 10.32.22.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter governs reporting requirements to the Board of Physicians concerning health care providers and naturopathic doctors by:A. Hospitals;. B. Related institutions;. C. Employers of allied health providers or naturopathic doctors;. D. Health care facilities;. E. State agencies;. F. Health care practitioners;. G. Naturopathic doctors; and. H. Alternative health systems..
10.32.22.02.htm 10.32.22.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Abandon” means a health care provider’s withdrawal from the care and treatment of a patient during the course of treatment without giving reasonable notice to the patient or providing a competent replacement.2) “Academic probation” means a program of heightened monitoring of an individual in a postgraduate training program imposed because of academic or pe
10.32.22.03.htm 10.32.22.03. 03 Mandated Reports.. A. Subject to the limitations set out in §B, C and E of this regulation, the reporting entity shall report to the Board in writing any change made with respect to a health care provider:1) Whom the reporting entity employs;. 2) Who works with the reporting entity under contract; or. 3) To whom the reporting entity has granted privileges.. B. A reporting entity shall inform the Board of any change that has been made, in whole or in part,
10.32.22.04.htm 10.32.22.04. 04 Naturopathic Doctors.. A. A licensed naturopathic doctor, other licensed health care practitioner, health care facility located in the State, or State agency shall file a written report to the Board if there is reason to believe that a licensed naturopathic doctor is or may be:1) Medically or legally incompetent;. 2) Engaged in the unauthorized practice of naturopathic medicine;. 3) Guilty of unprofessional conduct; or.
10.32.22.05.htm 10.32.22.05. 05 Time Frames for the Submission of Reports.. A. Physicians or Individuals in a Postgraduate Training Program.. 1) A reporting entity shall file reports required under this chapter with the Board:. a) Within 10 days of any change made with regard to a physician or an individual in a postgraduate training program; andb) Twice a year:. i) In a cumulative report of all changes made with regard to physicians and individuals in postgraduate training programs; and
10.32.22.06.htm 10.32.22.06. 06 Enforcement.. A. The Board shall conduct any necessary investigation regarding failure of a reporting entity to file a report required under this chapter.B. Over the signature of an officer, the executive director, or the deputy director, the Board may issue subpoenas in connection with any investigation or proceeding to enforce this chapter.C. Before submission of the final investigative report to the Board, the investigator shall inform the reporting entity of th
10.32.22.07.htm 10.32.22.07. 07 Confidentiality.. A report made to the Board under this chapter is not subject to subpoena or discovery in any civil action other than a proceeding arising out of a hearing and the final disposition of the Board or disciplinary panel.
10.32.22.08.htm 10.32.22.08. 08 Public Notice of Failure to File a Report and Disposition.. A. The notice of failure to file a report and any final disposition under this chapter are public documents.B. The notice of failure to file a report and any final disposition shall redact:. 1) The name of a patient and any other patient-identifying information; and. 2) Records of a health care provider’s or a naturopathic doctor’s physical, mental, or emotional condition, except to the extent necessary to identify
10.32.22.9999.htm 10.32.22.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 7, 2016 (43:22 Md. R. 1221).
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