New Jersey Medical Records Laws
|Who Has Access to Records?||Medical records confidential but may be disclosed to patient, upon court order, and other exceptions (§30:4-24.3)|
|What Privileges Apply to Medical Records?||Psychologist-patient (45:14B-28); Physician-patient (2A:84A-22.1, .2)|
|Mandatory Reporting Requirements||Child abuse (§9:6-8.30); pertussis vaccine (§26:2N-5); venereal disease (§26:4-41); AIDS (26:5C-6)|
|Patient Consent and Waiver||-|
|Provisions Related to HIV/AIDS||All records with identifying information are confidential (§26:5C-7); disclosure per 26:5C-8, et seq.|
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