MHDO's governing statute is Title 22, Chapter 1683.
The specifc rule and chapter of the Maine Rule Chapters for Independent Agencies, which MHDO falls under is Rule 90 590.
Important Note: These are not "official" state rules in the sense that they can be used before a court. Certified copies of rule chapters are available from the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) office .
|Chapter 10||Determination of Assessments|
|Chapter 50||Prices For Data Sets, Fees for Programming and Report Generation, Duplication Rates|
|Chapter 100||Enforcement Procedures|
|Chapter 120||Release of Data to the Public - Adopted 7/28/16|
|Chapter 125||Health Care Information That Directly Identifies an Individual|
|Chapter 241||Uniform Reporting System for Hospital Inpatient Data Sets and Hospital Outpatient Data Sets - Adopted 11/22/15|
|Chapter 243||Uniform Reporting System for Health Care Claims Data Sets - Adopted 3/13/17|
|Chapter 270||Uniform Reporting System for Health Care Quality Data Sets - Adopted 6/1/16|
|Chapter 300||Uniform Reporting System for Hospital Financial Data|
|Chapter 630||Uniform System for Reporting Baseline Information and Restructuring Occurrences For Maine Hospitals and Parent Entities|
There are none at this time.
Chapter 243 - Uniform Reporting System for Health Care Claims Data Sets - was amended and is effective 3/13/17.
Rule Chapter 120 - Release of Data to the Public - was repealed and replaced effective 7/28/16. Please see other documents involved in this process below.
Chapter 270 - Uniform Reporting System for Health Care Quality Data Sets - was amended and is effective 6/1/16.
The *Proposed Changes to Chapter 270 document is provided to assist so that you can more easily distinguish changes that were made to this rule.
Chapter 241 - Uniform Reporting System for Hospital Inpatient Data Sets and Hospital Outpatient Data Sets- was amended and is effective 11/22/15.
The *Proposed Changes to Chapter 241 document is provided to assist so that you can more easily distinguish changes that were made to this rule.
*Note that it is the responsibility of the data submitter to review adopted rules in their entirety.