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Health care providers are required to report HIV and AIDS cases by name upon diagnosis within three (3) working days to Department of Health (DOH) according to Hawai‘i Statue Chapter 325, Section 2 and Hawai‘i DOH Administrative Rules 11-156, Exhibit A. Laboratories are required to report any confirmatory HIV positive result, all levels of HIV viral load test results and all levels of CD4 test results by name upon confirmation within three (3) working days to DOH according to Hawai‘i Department of Health Administrative Rules Statue 11-156, Exhibit B.
All patients' information reported to DOH are maintained confidential. Confidentiality of case records is protected by state law in Chapter 325, section 101. The department may conduct investigation when requested by an authorized representative of the Director (Stature 321-29).
Last update: October 21, 2009