- Lois Fenner
- 5 Hours 58 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Apr 25, 2019
Confidentiality of Mental Health Records
- When and to Whom Records Can Be Released
- Mandatory Disclosure Requirements
- Alcohol/Drug and AIDS/HIV Treatment Records
- Necessary Documentation
There are federal confidentiality regulations.
- What is HIPAA Today?
- How Do I Comply with the Regulations?
- What Are “Psychotherapy Notes”?
- When May I Release Records?
- How Much Paperwork Will This Be for My Office?
Complying with court orders and law enforcement.
- Subpoenas; Types of Subpoenas; Duty to Respond; Time Limits
- Search Warrants & Court Orders
- Authority to Obtain Information
- Development of Policies and Procedures to Respond
The rights of children and parents are balanced.
- Minors’ Rights
- Age of Majority
- Access to Records
- Rights of Minors to Refuse/Consent to Medication and Treatment
- Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Treatment Issues for Minors
- Parental Rights
- Custodial and Divorce Factors
- Child Abuse Allegations
- Custodial vs. Non-Custodial Parent’s Rights to Records
There are voluntary and involuntarily mental health commitments.
- Reasons to Use a Voluntary Commitment or an Involuntary Commitment
- Grounds for an Involuntary Commitment: Dangerousness (as Defined by Statute)
- Mental Illness
Boundary issues and professional ethics.
- Consent Elements and Competency Issues
- Medication: Right to Refuse
- Restraints and Seclusions
- Individual’s Legal Rights
- Informed Consent
- Boundary Issues: Where the Lines Are Blurred
- Prescribing Practices
- Board of Health Professionals Investigation – Disciplinary Proceedings
There are legal problems of the professional.
- Duty to Warn Issues
- Professional Obligations and Standards
- Fraud & Abuse Issues
- Compliance with Contradictory Laws
Fenner is an attorney at law. An honor graduate of the University of Maryland graduate school of nursing, the undergraduate school of nursing, and the University of Maryland law school. She is an attorney, a registered nurse, and a certified clinical specialist.
Ms. Fenner is a founding member of The American Nurse Attorneys Association, past president of the Monumental Bar Association, member of the Women’s Bar Association, and the National Exchange Club. She has received awards from the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys, the Baltimore Marketing Association, and the Baltimore County Diversity Award.
She is a three-time recipient of the Daily Record’s Top 100 Women in Maryland award. Attorney Fenner was selected as one of the Super Lawyers twice and has been recognized as a Baltimore Business Journals Who’s Who in Law. Medical litigation and health care include medical malpractice, personal injury, accreditation, wrongful death, Professional Board, and licensure issues.
Ms. Fenner provides realistic and current information in dynamic presentations.
Lois A. Fenner is in private practice. She is paid by PESI, Inc.
Lois A Fenner has no relevant non-financial relationships.
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