Legal Chain of Custody vs. Medical Break Glass
Defining & Handling Forensic Data vs Medical Data
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- Ensure Your Patients Are Not Charged For Forensic Medical Exams 2018 (Includes links)
- SDFI Is Beyond HIPAA Security 2018 - (Includes all references)
- Forensic Medical Exams and HIPAA 2018 - (Includes all references)
- Break-Glass vs Legal Chain of Custody 2018 (Includes links)
- Federal Rules of Evidence (Dec. 1, 2017 is the most current version.)
CFR Title 28 § 90.2 Definition of what a Forensic Medical Exam “(c) The term ‘‘forensic medical examination’’ means an examination provided to a victim of sexual assault by medical personnel to gather evidence of a sexual assault in a manner suitable for use in a court of law. "Click Here" to link to the source.
USC - Title 34 §10449: Rape exam payments says… “(b) Medical costs A State, Indian tribal government, or unit of local government shall be deemed to incur the full out-of-pocket cost of forensic medical exams for victims of sexual assault if any government entity… Provides such exams to victims free of charge to the victim; or Arranges for victims to obtain such exams free of charge to the victims. "Click Here" to link to the source.
Below is a chart of Reimbursement for Forensic Medical Exam information, which offers links to information from each state's website. Please use this information as you see fit. The content on this webpage is dynamic and subject to change anytime due to changes beyond SDFI's control. Please report any discontinued links to Support@sdfi.com . Thank You.