Ca mandating requirements for dependent adults
Under USC policy, two reports must be made in cases involving minors: First, an immediate report must be made to USC’s Department of Public Safety (DPS). For example, health care providers also may need to make an accounting of disclosures under this policy as required by the HIPAA Privacy Rule.In addition, “mandated reporters” must file a third report in writing within 36 hours, see Section 3 under Child Abuse/Neglect. See the hospital intranet for links to hospital-based mandated reporter information, and USC’s HIPAA policies at https://edu/admin/.
The identity of all persons who report shall be confidential.Questions regarding categories of abuse that must be reported or the reporting process in general may be directed to the following offices: Compliance (213) 740-2500 DPS (213) 740-4321 (emergency), (213) 740-6000 (non-emergency) Equity and Diversity (213) 740-5086 USC Employee Acknowledgment on Child Abuse USC Employee Acknowledgment on Elder Abuse Protecting Minors Reporting Wrongdoing Cooperation with Compliance Investigations policy edu [email protected](213) 740-2500 Michael Quick, Provost and Senior Vice President, Academic Affairs Todd R.Mandated Reporters are by law any person who has assumed full or intermittent responsibility for care or custody of an elder or dependent adult, whether or not that person receives compensation, including administrators, supervisors, and any licensed staff of a public or private facility that provides care or services for elder or dependent adults, or any elder or dependent adult care custodian, health practitioner, clergy member, or employee of a county adult protective services agency or a local law enforcement agency.The Office of the Attorney General is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this translation and is therefore not liable for any inaccurate information resulting from the translation application tool.Please consult with a translator for accuracy if you are relying on the translation or are using this site for official business.
Regulations (also called administrative laws) are rules that set out the requirements and procedures to support the administration and utilization of DHCS programs.