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e-CFR Data is current as of September 12, 2014

Title 42Chapter ISubchapter APart 3


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

PART 3—PATIENT SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS AND PATIENT SAFETY WORK PRODUCT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§3.10
Purpose.
§3.20
Definitions.
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Subpart B—PSO REQUIREMENTS AND AGENCY PROCEDURES

§3.102
Process and requirements for initial and continued listing of PSOs.
§3.104
Secretarial actions.
§3.106
Security requirements.
§3.108
Correction of deficiencies, revocation, and voluntary relinquishment.
§3.110
Assessment of PSO compliance.
§3.112
Submissions and forms.
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Subpart C—CONFIDENTIALITY AND PRIVILEGE PROTECTIONS OF PATIENT SAFETY WORK PRODUCT

§3.204
Privilege of patient safety work product.
§3.206
Confidentiality of patient safety work product.
§3.208
Continued protection of patient safety work product.
§3.210
Required disclosure of patient safety work product to the Secretary.
§3.212
Nonidentification of patient safety work product.
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Subpart D—ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

§3.304
Principles for achieving compliance.
§3.306
Complaints to the Secretary.
§3.308
Compliance reviews.
§3.310
Responsibilities of respondents.
§3.312
Secretarial action regarding complaints and compliance reviews.
§3.314
Investigational subpoenas and inquiries.
§3.402
Basis for a civil money penalty.
§3.404
Amount of a civil money penalty.
§3.408
Factors considered in determining the amount of a civil money penalty.
§3.414
Limitations.
§3.416
Authority to settle.
§3.418
Exclusivity of penalty.
§3.420
Notice of proposed determination.
§3.422
Failure to request a hearing.
§3.424
Collection of penalty.
§3.426
Notification of the public and other agencies.
§3.504
Hearings before an ALJ.
§3.506
Rights of the parties.
§3.508
Authority of the ALJ.
§3.510
Ex parte contacts.
§3.512
Prehearing conferences.
§3.514
Authority to settle.
§3.516
Discovery.
§3.518
Exchange of witness lists, witness statements, and exhibits.
§3.520
Subpoenas for attendance at hearing.
§3.522
Fees.
§3.524
Form, filing, and service of papers.
§3.526
Computation of time.
§3.528
Motions.
§3.530
Sanctions.
§3.532
Collateral estoppel.
§3.534
The hearing.
§3.538
Witnesses.
§3.540
Evidence.
§3.542
The record.
§3.544
Post hearing briefs.
§3.546
ALJ's decision.
§3.548
Appeal of the ALJ's decision.
§3.550
Stay of the Secretary's decision.
§3.552
Harmless error.


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