2005 Minnesota Statutes - 144E.30 — Cooperation; board powers.
144E.30 Cooperation; board powers.
Subdivision 1. Repealed, 1999 c 245 art 9 s 66
Subd. 2. Repealed, 1999 c 245 art 9 s 66
Subd. 3. Cooperation during investigation. A licensee, person credentialed by the board, training program approved by the board, or agent of one who is the subject of an investigation or who is questioned in connection with an investigation by or on behalf of the board shall cooperate fully with the investigation. Cooperation includes responding fully and promptly to any question raised by or on behalf of the board relating to the subject of the investigation, executing all releases requested by the board, providing copies of ambulance service records, as reasonably requested by the board to assist it in its investigation, and appearing at conferences or hearings scheduled by the board. The board shall pay reasonable costs for copies requested.
Subd. 4. Injunctive relief. In addition to any other remedy provided by law, the board may bring an action for injunctive relief in the district court in Hennepin County or, at the board's discretion, in the district court in the county in which a violation of any statute, rule, or order that the board is empowered to enforce or issue, has occurred, to enjoin the violation.
Subd. 5. Subpoena power. The board may, as part of an investigation to determine whether a serious public health threat exists, issue subpoenas to require the attendance and testimony of witnesses and production of books, records, correspondence, and other information relevant to any matter involved in the investigation. The board or the board's designee may administer oaths to witnesses or take their affirmation. The subpoenas may be served upon any person named therein anywhere in the state by any person authorized to serve subpoenas or other processes in civil actions of the district courts. If a person to whom a subpoena is issued does not comply with the subpoena, the board may apply to the district court in any district and the court shall order the person to comply with the subpoena. Failure to obey the order of the court may be punished by the court as contempt of court. No person may be compelled to disclose privileged information as described in section 595.02, subdivision 1. All information pertaining to individual medical records obtained under this section shall be considered health data under section 13.3805, subdivision 1. All other information is considered public data unless otherwise protected under the Minnesota Data Practices Act or other specific law. The fees for the service of a subpoena must be paid in the same manner as prescribed by law for service of process used out of a district court. Subpoenaed witnesses must receive the same fees and mileage as in civil actions.
Subd. 6. Repealed, 1999 c 245 art 9 s 66
HIST: 1997 c 199 s 12; 1999 c 227 s 22
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