2011 ORS § 127.700¹
Definitions for ORS 127.700 to 127.737
(1) Attending physician shall have the same meaning as provided in ORS 127.505 (Definitions for ORS 127.505 to 127.660).
(2) Attorney-in-fact means an adult validly appointed under ORS 127.540 (Limitations on authority of health care representative), 127.700 (Definitions for ORS 127.700 to 127.737) to 127.737 (Certain other laws applicable to declaration) and 426.385 (Rights of committed persons) to make mental health treatment decisions for a principal under a declaration for mental health treatment and also means an alternative attorney-in-fact.
(3) Declaration means a document making a declaration of preferences or instructions regarding mental health treatment.
(4) Health care facility shall have the same meaning as provided in ORS 127.505 (Definitions for ORS 127.505 to 127.660).
(5) Incapable means that, in the opinion of the court in a protective proceeding under ORS chapter 125, or the opinion of two physicians, a persons ability to receive and evaluate information effectively or communicate decisions is impaired to such an extent that the person currently lacks the capacity to make mental health treatment decisions.
(6) Mental health treatment means convulsive treatment, treatment of mental illness with psychoactive medication, admission to and retention in a health care facility for a period not to exceed 17 days for care or treatment of mental illness, and outpatient services.
(7) Outpatient services means treatment for a mental or emotional disorder that is obtained by appointment and is provided by an outpatient service as defined in ORS 430.010 (Definitions).
(8) Provider means a mental health treatment provider.
(9) Representative means attorney-in-fact as defined in this section. [1993 c.442 §1; 1995 c.664 §88; 1997 c.563 §1; 1999 c.83 §1; 2001 c.104 §39]