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2013 Florida Statutes

The Florida Statutes are updated annually after the conclusion of a regular legislative session, typically published in July/August. 

134 Sections found

Chapter Title
381.001 Public health system.
381.0011 Duties and powers of the Department of Health.
381.0012 Enforcement authority.
381.0016 County and municipal regulations and ordinances.
381.0018 Application for and acceptance of gifts or grants.
381.0019 Disposition of equipment and material; transfers to county health departments.
381.002 Grant of title to prescriptive medical personal property to client.
381.0021 Client welfare accounts.
381.0022 Sharing confidential or exempt information.
381.003 Communicable disease and AIDS prevention and control.
381.0031 Epidemiological research; report of diseases of public health significance to department.
381.00315 Public health advisories; public health emergencies; quarantines.
381.0034 Requirement for instruction on HIV and AIDS.
381.0035 Educational course on HIV and AIDS; employees and clients of certain health care facilities.
381.0038 Education.
381.0039 Oversight of AIDS education programs.
381.004 HIV testing.
381.0041 Donation and transfer of human tissue; testing requirements.
381.0042 Patient care for persons with HIV infection.
381.0043 Blood Donor Protection Act; blood and blood component donors; confidentiality.
381.0045 Targeted outreach for pregnant women.
381.0046 Statewide HIV and AIDS prevention campaign.
381.005 Primary and preventive health services.
381.0051 Family planning.
381.0052 Dental health.
381.0053 Comprehensive nutrition program.
381.0055 Confidentiality and quality assurance activities.
381.0056 School health services program.
381.0057 Funding for school health services.
381.0059 Background screening requirements for school health services personnel.
381.00591 Department of Health; National Environmental Laboratory accreditation; application.
381.00593 Public school volunteer health care practitioner program.
381.006 Environmental health.
381.0061 Administrative fines.
381.0062 Supervision; private and certain public water systems.
381.0063 Drinking water funds.
381.0064 Continuing education courses for persons installing or servicing septic tanks.
381.0065 Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems; regulation.
381.00651 Periodic evaluation and assessment of onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems.
381.00655 Connection of existing onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems to central sewerage system; requirements.
381.0066 Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems; fees.
381.0067 Corrective orders; private and certain public water systems and onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems.
381.0068 Technical review and advisory panel.
381.0072 Food service protection.
381.0075 Regulation of body-piercing salons.
381.00771 Definitions of terms used in ss. 381.00771-381.00791.
381.00773 Application of ss. 381.00771-381.00791; exemption.
381.00775 Tattoo artists; licensure; registration of guest tattoo artists.
381.00777 Tattoo establishments; licensure; temporary establishments.
381.00779 Practice requirements.
381.00781 Fees; disposition.
381.00783 Grounds for discipline; administrative penalties.
381.00785 Criminal penalties.
381.00787 Tattooing prohibited; penalty.
381.00789 Rulemaking.
381.00791 Local laws and ordinances.
381.008 Definitions of terms used in ss. 381.008-381.00897.
381.0081 Permit required to operate a migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing; penalties for unlawful establishment or operation; allocation of proceeds.
381.0082 Application for permit to operate migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
381.0083 Permit for migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
381.0084 Application fees for migrant labor camps and residential migrant housing.
381.0085 Revocation of permit to operate migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
381.0086 Rules; variances; penalties.
381.0087 Enforcement; citations.
381.0088 Right of entry.
381.00893 Complaints by aggrieved parties.
381.00895 Prohibited acts; application.
381.00896 Nondiscrimination.
381.00897 Access to migrant labor camps and residential migrant housing.
381.009 Toilets required by department regulations; charge for use of prohibited.
381.0098 Biomedical waste.
381.0101 Environmental health professionals.
381.0201 Technical and support services.
381.0202 Laboratory services.
381.0203 Pharmacy services.
381.0204 Vital statistics.
381.0205 Emergency medical services.
381.026 Florida Patient’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.
381.0261 Summary of patient’s bill of rights; distribution; penalty.
381.028 Adverse medical incidents.
381.0303 Special needs shelters.
381.0402 Area health education center network.
381.0405 Office of Rural Health.
381.0406 Rural health networks.
381.04065 Rural health network cooperative agreements.
381.0407 Managed care and publicly funded primary care program coordination.
381.0601 Self-derived and directed-donor blood programs.
381.06014 Blood establishments.
381.06015 Public Cord Blood Tissue Bank.
381.06016 Umbilical cord blood awareness.
381.4018 Physician workforce assessment and development.
381.7351 Short title; Closing the Gap Act.
381.7352 Legislative intent.
381.7353 Reducing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities: Closing the Gap grant program; administration; department duties.
381.7354 Eligibility.
381.7355 Project requirements; review criteria.
381.7356 Local matching funds; grant awards.
381.739 Short title; Charlie Mack Overstreet Brain or Spinal Cord Injuries Act.
381.7395 Legislative intent.
381.74 Establishment and maintenance of a central registry.
381.745 Definitions; ss. 381.739-381.79.
381.75 Duties and responsibilities of the department, of transitional living facilities, and of residents.
381.755 Benefits not assignable.
381.76 Eligibility for the brain and spinal cord injury program.
381.765 Retention of title to and disposal of equipment.
381.775 Applicant and recipient records; confidential and privileged.
381.78 Advisory council on brain and spinal cord injuries.
381.785 Recovery of third-party payments for funded services.
381.79 Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program Trust Fund.
381.815 Sickle-cell program.
381.83 Trade secrets; confidentiality.
381.84 Comprehensive Statewide Tobacco Education and Use Prevention Program.
381.853 Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research.
381.8531 Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research; public records exemption.
381.86 Institutional Review Board.
381.88 Insect sting emergency treatment.
381.89 Regulation of tanning facilities.
381.895 Standards for compressed air used for recreational diving.
381.91 Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program.
381.911 Prostate Cancer Awareness Program.
381.922 William G. "Bill" Bankhead, Jr., and David Coley Cancer Research Program.
381.92201 Exemptions from public records and public meetings requirements; peer review panels.
381.925 Cancer Center of Excellence Award.
381.93 Breast and cervical cancer early detection program.
381.931 Annual report on Medicaid expenditures.
381.9315 Gynecologic and ovarian cancer education and awareness.
381.932 Breast cancer early detection and treatment referral program.
381.95 Medical facility information maintained for terrorism response purposes; confidentiality.
381.98 The Florida Public Health Institute, Inc.; establishment; purpose; mission; duties; board of directors.
381.981 Health awareness campaigns.
381.982 Short title.
381.983 Definitions.
381.984 Educational programs.
381.985 Screening program.