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Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45

Section 2800. Declaration of policy and statement of purpose.

2801. Definitions.

2801-a. Establishment or incorporation of hospitals.

2801-b. Improper practices in hospital staff appointments and

extension of professional privileges prohibited.

2801-c. Injunctions.

2801-d. Private actions by patients of residential health

care facilities.

2801-e. Voluntary residential health care facility

rightsizing demonstration program.

2801-f. Residential health care facility quality incentive

payment program.

2801-g. Community forum on hospital closure.

2801-h. Personal caregiving visitors for nursing home

residents during public health emergencies.

2802. Approval of construction.

2802-a. Transitional care unit demonstration program.

2802-b. Health equity impact assessments.

2803. Commissioner and council; powers and duties.

2803-a. Authority to contract.

2803-aa. Sickle cell disease information distribution.

2803-aa*2. Nursing home infection control competency audit.

2803-b. Uniform reports and accounting systems for hospital


2803-c. Rights of patients in certain medical facilities.

2803-c-1. Rights of patients in certain medical facilities;

long-term care ombudsman program.

2803-c-2. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and people

living with HIV long-term care facility residents'

bill of rights.

2803-d. Reporting abuses of persons receiving care or

services in residential health care facilities.

2803-e. Residential health care facilities; return and

redistribution of unused medication.

2803-e*2. Reporting incidents of possible professional


2803-f. Respite projects.

2803-g. Board of visitors in county owned residential health

care facility.

2803-h. Health related facility; pet therapy programs.

2803-i. General hospital inpatient discharge review program.

2803-j. Information for maternity patients.

2803-j*2. Nursing home nurse aide registry.

2803-k. In-patient nasogastric feeding procedures.

2803-l. Community service plans.

2803-m. Discharge of hospital patients to adult homes.

2803-n. Hospital care for maternity patients.

2803-o. Hospital care for mastectomy, lumpectomy, and lymph

node dissection patients.

2803-o-1. Required protocols for fetal demise.

2803-p. Disclosure of information concerning family violence.

2803-q. Family councils in residential health care


2803-r. Dissemination of information about the abandoned

infant protection act.

2803-s. Access to product recall information.

2803-t. Preadmission information.

2803-u. Hospital substance use disorder policies and


2803-v. Lymphedema information distribution.

2803-v*2. Standing orders for newborn care in a hospital.

2803-w. Independent quality monitors for residential health

care facilities.

2803-w*2. Disclosure of information concerning pregnancy


2803-x. Requirements related to nursing homes and related

assets and operations.

2803-y. Provision of residency agreement.

2803-z. Transfer, discharge and voluntary discharge

requirements for residential health care


2803-z*2. Antimicrobial resistance prevention and education.

2804. Units for hospital and health-related affairs.

2804-a. State task force on clinical practice guidelines and

medical technology assessment.

2805. Approval of hospitals; operating certificates.

2805-a. Disclosure of financial transactions.

2805-b. Admission of patients and emergency treatment of

nonadmitted patients.

2805-c. (Enacted without section heading).

2805-d. Limitation of medical, dental or podiatric

malpractice action based on lack of informed


2805-e. Reports of residential health care facilities.

2805-f. Money deposited or advanced for admittance to nursing

homes; waiver void; administration expenses.

2805-g. Maintenance of records.

2805-h. Immunizations.

2805-i. Treatment of sexual offense victims and maintenance

of evidence in a sexual offense.

2805-j. Medical, dental and podiatric malpractice prevention


2805-k. Investigations prior to granting or renewing


2805-l. Adverse event reporting.

2805-m. Confidentiality.

2805-n. Child abuse prevention.

2805-o. Identification of veterans and their spouses by

nursing homes, residential health care facilities,

and adult care facilities.

2805-p. Emergency treatment of rape survivors.

2805-q. Hospital visitation by domestic partner.

2805-r. Patients unable to verbally communicate.

2805-s. Circulating nurse required.

2805-t. Clinical staffing committees and disclosure of

nursing quality indicators.

2805-u. Credentialing and privileging of health care

practitioners providing telemedicine services.

2805-v. Observation services.

2805-w. Patient notice of observation services.

2805-x. Hospital-home care-physician collaboration program.

2805-y. Identification and assessment of human trafficking


2805-z. Hospital domestic violence policies and procedures.

2806. Hospital operating certificates; suspension or


2806-a. Temporary operator.

2806-b. Residential health care facilities; revocation of

operating certificate.

2807. Hospital reimbursement provisions; generally.

2807-a. General hospital nineteen hundred eighty-six and

nineteen hundred eighty-seven inpatient rates and


2807-aa. Nurse loan repayment program.

2807-b. Outstanding payments and reports due under

subdivision eighteen of section twenty-eight

hundred seven-c, sections twenty-eight hundred

seven-d, twenty-eight hundred seven-j, twenty-eight

hundred seven-s and twenty-eight hundred seven-t of

this article.

2807-c. General hospital inpatient reimbursement for annual

rate periods beginning on or after January first,

nineteen hundred eighty-eight.

2807-d. Hospital assessments.

2807-dd. Temporary nursing home stability contributions.

2807-d-1. Hospital quality contributions.

2807-e. Uniform bills.

2807-f. Health maintenance organization payment factor.

2807-ff. New York managed care organization provider tax.

2807-i. Service and quality improvement grants.

2807-j. Patient services payments.

2807-k. General hospital indigent care pool.

2807-l. Health care initiatives pool distributions.

2807-m. Distribution of the professional education pools.

2807-n. Palliative care education and training.

2807-o. Early intervention services pool.

2807-p. Comprehensive diagnostic and treatment centers

indigent care program.

2807-r. Funding for expansion of cancer services.

2807-s. Professional education pool funding.

2807-t. Assessments on covered lives.

2807-u. Transfers for tax credits.

2807-v. Tobacco control and insurance initiatives pool


2807-w. High need indigent care adjustment pool.

2807-x. Grants for long term care demonstration projects.

2807-y. Pool administration.

2807-z. Review of eligible federally qualified health center

capital projects.

2808. Residential health care facilities; rates of payment.

2808-a. Liability of certain persons.

2808-b. Certification of financial statements and financial


2808-c. Reimbursement of general hospital inpatient services.

2808-d. Nursing home quality improvement demonstration


2808-e. Residential health care for children with medical

fragility in transition to young adults and young

adults with medical fragility demonstration


2808-e*2. Nursing home ratings.

2809. Residential health care facilities; powers to require


2810. Residential health care facilities; receivership.

2811. Discounts and splitting fees with medical referral

services; prohibited.

2812. Construction.

2813. Separability.

2814. Health networks, global budgeting, and health care


2815. Health facility restructuring program.

2815-a. Community health care revolving capital fund.

2816. Statewide planning and research cooperative system.

2816-a. Cardiac services information.

2817. Community health centers capital program.

2818. Health care efficiency and affordability law of New

Yorkers (HEAL NY) capital grant program.

2819. Hospital acquired infection reporting.

2820. Home based primary care for the elderly demonstration


2821. State electronic health records (EHR) loan program.

2822. Residential care off-site facility demonstration


2823. Supportive housing development program.

2824. Central service technicians.

2824*2. Surgical technology and surgical technologists.

2825. Capital restructuring financing program.

2825-a. Health care facility transformation program: Kings

county project.

2825-b. Oneida county health care facility transformation

program: Oneida county project.

2825-c. Essential health care provider support program.

2825-d. Health care facility transformation program:


2825-e. Health care facility transformation program:

statewide II.

2825-f. Health care facility transformation program:

statewide III.

2825-g. Health care facility transformation program:

statewide IV.

2825-h. Health care facility transformation program:

statewide V.

2825-i. Healthcare safety net transformation program.

2826. Temporary adjustment to reimbursement rates.

2827. Plant-based food options.

2828. Residential health care facilities; minimum direct

resident care spending.

2828*2. Essential support persons allowed for individuals

with disabilities during a state of emergency.

2829. Nursing homes; disclosure requirements.

2830. Surgical smoke evacuation.

2830*2. Regulation of the billing of facility fees.