Disclosure of Department of Corrections inmate information
(1) A health care provider shall disclose protected health information concerning an inmate of a Department of Corrections facility to the physician of an employee of the department or of Oregon Corrections Enterprises, without an authorization from the inmate or a personal representative of the inmate, if:
(a) The employee, in the performance of the employee’s official duties, was directly exposed to the bodily fluids of the inmate; and
(b) The inmate has tested positive for HIV or hepatitis B or C or other communicable disease that may be transmitted through an individual’s bodily fluids.
(2) A disclosure under subsection (1) of this section must be limited to the minimum necessary to inform the physician of possible exposure to HIV, hepatitis B or C or other communicable disease. [2017 c.484 §2]
Note: See note under 192.553 (Policy for protected health information).
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