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[165A Disclosure of information by Corporation

[165A
Disclosure of information by Corporation
(1)
The purpose of this section is to facilitate the disclosure of information by the Corporation to the Ministry of Health, [[funders]], and [[hospital and health services]] for the purposes of verifying—
(a)
Whether or not any treatment, service, physical rehabilitation, or certificate is a purchased service:
(b)
The amount of any payment to which any person is or was entitled or for which any person is or was eligible.
(2)
For the purpose of this section, the Director-General of Health or the chief executive of the [[funder]] or [[hospital and health service]] may from time to time, in accordance with arrangements made from time to time between the Director-General or chief executive and the Corporation, request the Corporation to supply, in respect of persons who are receiving, have received or have applied to receive any purchased service to which section 27B of this Act applies or may apply,—
(a)
Such biographical information as is sufficient to identify those persons, including their addresses; and
(b)
Such details of the entitlement of those persons as are necessary for the purpose of this section.
(3)
On receipt of a request made under subsection (2) of this section, the Corporation may supply the information requested to any officer or employee or agent of the Ministry, [[funder]], or [[hospital and health service]] who is authorised in that behalf by the Director-General or chief executive, as appropriate.
(4)
Information supplied pursuant to a request made under subsection (2) of this section may be supplied in such form as is determined by agreement between the Corporation and the Director-General or chief executive, as appropriate.]

History Note - Statutes of New Zealand

This Act was repealed, as from 1 July 1999, by s 417(1) Accident Insurance Act 1998 (1998 No 114).
Section 165A was inserted, as from 1 July 1993, by s 50 Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Amendment Act (No 2) 1993 (1993 No 55).
Subsection (1) was amended, as from 1 July 1998, by s 5(4) Health and Disability Services Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 74) by substituting the words “funders” and “hospital and health services” for the words “purchasers” and “Crown health enterprises”.
Subsections (2) and (3) were amended, as from 1 July 1998, by s 5(4) Health and Disability Services Amendment Act 1998 (1998 No 74) by substituting the words “funder” and “hospital and health service” for the words “purchaser” and “Crown health enterprise” respectively.

Historical Versions - Statutes of New Zealand

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[165A
Disclosure of information by Corporation
(1)
The purpose of this section is to facilitate the disclosure of information by the Corporation to the Ministry of Health, purchasers, and Crown health enterprises for the purposes of verifying—
(a)
Whether or not any treatment, service, physical rehabilitation, or certificate is a purchased service:
(b)
The amount of any payment to which any person is or was entitled or for which any person is or was eligible.
(2)
For the purpose of this section, the Director-General of Health or the chief executive of the purchaser or Crown health enterprise may from time to time, in accordance with arrangements made from time to time between the Director-General or chief executive and the Corporation, request the Corporation to supply, in respect of persons who are receiving, have received or have applied to receive any purchased service to which section 27B of this Act applies or may apply,—
(a)
Such biographical information as is sufficient to identify those persons, including their addresses; and
(b)
Such details of the entitlement of those persons as are necessary for the purpose of this section.
(3)
On receipt of a request made under subsection (2) of this section, the Corporation may supply the information requested to any officer or employee or agent of the Ministry, purchaser, or Crown health enterprise who is authorised in that behalf by the Director-General or chief executive, as appropriate.
(4)
Information supplied pursuant to a request made under subsection (2) of this section may be supplied in such form as is determined by agreement between the Corporation and the Director-General or chief executive, as appropriate.]

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