2013 ORS § 433.075¹
Responsibility for cost of test
  • confidentiality

(1) When an HIV test is performed pursuant to ORS 433.080 (When test may be required) or rules adopted under ORS 433.065 (Procedures for HIV testing), the exposed person requesting the test, or the exposed persons employer in the case of an occupational exposure, shall be responsible for the cost of the testing.

(2) If an employer provides a program of prevention, education and testing for HIV exposures for its employees, an employee to be tested under ORS 433.060 (Definitions for ORS 433.060 to 433.085) to 433.085 (HIV and hepatitis testing at request of licensed health care provider or certain public officials) shall comply with the procedures provided by the program. The program must be approved by the Oregon Health Authority.

(3) When an HIV test is performed pursuant to ORS 433.080 (When test may be required) or rules adopted under ORS 433.065 (Procedures for HIV testing), the results shall be reported confidentially to the person who suffered the substantial exposure giving rise to the test.

(4) The confidentiality provisions of ORS 433.045 (Notice of HIV test required) (4) apply to any person who receives an HIV test result pursuant to ORS 433.080 (When test may be required) or rules adopted under ORS 433.065 (Procedures for HIV testing). A person who complies with the requirements of this subsection is not subject to an action for damages. [1989 c.878 §4; 2009 c.595 §637; 2012 c.26 §4]