New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:4-3.19 - Disclosure Of Name Of Person Reporting Patient Abuse, Professional Misconduct; Prohibited; Immunity

30:4-3.19. Disclosure of name of person reporting patient abuse, professional misconduct; prohibited; immunity

5. a. The name of any person who reports suspected patient abuse or professional misconduct pursuant to this act shall not be disclosed, unless the person who reported the abuse or misconduct specifically requests the disclosure or a judicial proceeding results from the report.

b. A person who reports suspected abuse or professional misconduct pursuant to this act or who testifies in any administrative or judicial proceeding arising from the report or testimony shall have immunity from any civil or criminal liability on account of the report or testimony, unless the person has acted in bad faith or with malicious purpose.


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