Under existing law, when a person, as a result of a mental disorder, is a danger to others, or to himself or herself, or is gravely disabled, he or she may, upon probable cause, be taken into custody by a peace officer, member of the attending staff of an evaluation facility, designated members of a mobile crisis team, or other designated professional person, and placed in a facility designated by the county and approved by the State Department of Health Care Services as a facility for hour treatment and evaluation. Existing law requires that a written application be submitted to a facility before a person may be detained for evaluation and treatment on this basis, as specified. This bill would specify, among other things, procedures for delivery of individuals to various facilities for mental health evaluation and treatment; procedures for probable cause determinations for detention and evaluation for treatment; terms and length of detention, when appropriate, in various types of facilities; and criteria for release from nondesignated hospitals, as defined. The bill would exempt specified providers of health services and peace officers from criminal or civil liability for the actions of a person after his or her release from detention, subject to specified exceptions.
Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to imply that one in-person medical evaluation demonstrates that a prescription has been issued for a legitimate medical purpose within the usual course of professional practice.
The term does not include: The practice of telemedicine is being conducted while the patient is being treated by, and physically located in, a hospital or clinic registered under section f of the Act 21 U. The practice of telemedicine is being conducted while the patient is being treated by, and in the physical presence of, a practitioner acting in the usual course of professional practice, who is acting in accordance with applicable State law, and who is registered under section f of the Act 21 U.
The practice of telemedicine is being conducted by a practitioner who is an employee or contractor of the Indian Health Service, or is working for an Indian tribe or tribal organization under its contract or compact with the Indian Health Service under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act; who is acting within the scope of the employment, contract, or compact; and who is designated as an Internet Eligible Controlled Substances Provider by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under section g 2 of the Act 21 U.
The practice of telemedicine is being conducted during a public health emergency declared by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under section of the Public Health Service Act 42 U.
The practice of telemedicine is being conducted by a practitioner who has obtained from the Administrator a special registration under section h of the Act 21 U.
The practice of telemedicine is being conducted: A That prevents the patient from being in the physical presence of a practitioner registered under section f of the Act 21 U. A Is an employee or contractor of the Veterans Health Administration acting within the scope of that employment or contract; B Is registered under section f of the Act 21 U.
The practice of telemedicine is being conducted under any other circumstances that the Administrator and the Secretary of Health and Human Services have jointly, by regulation, determined to be consistent with effective controls against diversion and otherwise consistent with the public health and safety.
Prior to January 15,or as otherwise specified by regulation prior to that date, instead of the definition in paragraph ithe term practice of telemedicine means the practice of medicine in accordance with applicable Federal and State laws by a practitioner as that term is defined in section of the Act 21 U.
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