Disclosure of Information Regulation

Link to law: http://www.qp.alberta.ca/1266.cfm?page=2004_196.cfm&leg_type=Regs&isbncln=9780779781034&display=html
Published: 2014

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AR 196/2004 DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REGULATION (Consolidated up to 120/2014)
ALBERTA REGULATION 196/2004
Health Professions Act
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REGULATION Table of Contents
                1      Requirement to provide information
                2      Minister’s use of information
                3      Disclosure of information
                6      Method of disclosure
                8      Expiry
Schedule
Requirement to provide information
1   For the purposes of section 33(4)(b) of the Health Professions Act, a regulated member of a college must provide the information respecting the member set out in the Schedule to the registrar of the college.
AR 196/2004 s1;99/2009
Minister’s use of information
2   The Minister may use any information disclosed by the registrar under section 122 of the Health Professions Act for the purpose set out in that section.
AR 196/2004 s2;99/2009
Disclosure of information
3   The Minister may disclose information pursuant to section 122 of the Health Professions Act
                               (a)    to a regulated member where the disclosure is necessary to enable the regulated member to provide a health service,
                              (b)    to an individual who provides a health service if
                                        (i)    the individual is governed by a regulatory body, where the regulatory body is established or governed pursuant to an Alberta enactment, and
                                      (ii)    the disclosure is necessary to enable the individual to provide a health service,
                               (c)    to a college if the college provided the information to the Minister under section 122 of the Health Professions Act,
                              (d)    to a custodian, as defined in the Health Information Act, and
                               (e)    to any province or organization with which the Government of Alberta has entered into an agreement to share information.
AR 196/2004 s3;99/2009
4, 5   Repealed AR 99/2009 s4.
Method of disclosure
6   The Minister may disclose information under this Regulation through any means satisfactory to the Minister.
7   Repealed AR 99/2009 s5.
Expiry
8   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on June 30, 2019. AR 196/2004 s8;120/2014
Schedule   
                               (a)    the member’s date of birth;
                              (b)    the member’s gender;
                               (c)    the following information respecting each of the regulated member’s education credentials:
                                        (i)    the type of credentials;
                                      (ii)    the year the credentials were granted;
                                     (iii)    the name of the institution that granted the credentials and the country in which the institution is located;
                              (d)    the information respecting the member that the registrar must enter in the register under section 33(3) of the Health Professions Act including,
                                        (i)    in respect of section 33(3)(c) of the Health Professions Act, if any conditions have been imposed on the member’s practice permit, the details of those conditions, the date the conditions were imposed and the date the conditions are to expire, if applicable,
                                      (ii)    in respect of section 33(3)(f) of the Health Professions Act, if the member is authorized to provide a restricted activity not normally provided by regulated members of the college, what that restricted activity is, the date the restricted activity was authorized and the date the authorization is to expire, if applicable,
                                     (iii)    in respect of section 33(3)(g) of the Health Professions Act, if the member is not authorized to provide a restricted activity that is normally provided by regulated members of the college, what that restricted activity is, the date the prohibition was imposed and the date the prohibition is to expire, if applicable, and
                                     (iv)    category of register.
AR 99/2009 s6