Hawaii Revised Statutes 622. Documentary Evidence
PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
PART II. DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE OF A PUBLIC NATURE;
PART III. FEDERAL STATUTES CONCERNING
MISSING PERSONS; EFFECT OF
PART IV. PROBATE, PEDIGREE, TITLE
PART V. MEDICAL RECORDS
- 622-51 Definitions.
As used in this part: "Health care data" means information submitted for outcomes, trends, or cost analysis, and research or informed policy and decision...
- 622-52 Subpoena Duces Tecum for Medical Records, Compliance.
(a) Whenever a subpoena duces tecum is served upon the custodian of medical records or other qualified witness from a medical facility, in an...
- 622-53 Affidavit Accompanying Medical Records.
(a) The medical records shall be accompanied by the affidavit of the custodian or other qualified witness, stating in substance each of the following:...
- 622-54, 55 Repealed.
L 1980, c 164, §9.
- 622-56 Fees; Service of More Than One Subpoena.
(a) All copies of medical records requested under this part shall be paid for by the person, board, commission, or tribunal requesting such records....
- 622-57 Availability of Medical Records.
(a) If a patient of a health care provider as defined in section 671-1, requests copies of the patient's medical records, the copies shall...
- 622-58 Retention of Medical Records.
(a) Medical records may be computerized or minified by the use of microfilm or any other similar photographic process; provided that the method used...
- 622-59 Health Care Data Discovery.
Where health care data submitted to either a public or private organization for the purpose of aggregate treatment outcomes, trends, or cost analysis, or...
Last modified: October 27, 2016