(1) Prenatal Risk Screening Records.
    (a) The health care provider shall maintain a completed copy of the Prenatal Risk Screen in the pregnant woman’s medical record.
    (b) The provider of care coordination shall initiate documentation on every Healthy Start pregnant woman. That documentation shall contain, at a minimum, a scored prenatal risk screening instrument and record of case disposition, except for participants who are referred based on other factors subsequent to the initial screen. For those participants, documentation in the record shall include documentation of the participant’s risk factors and the record of case disposition.
    (c) The department shall maintain a confidential registry of the risk screening results on all pregnant women received from health care providers.
    (2) Infant (Postnatal) Risk Screening Records.
    (a) The health care provider shall assure that documentation of the infant’s risk screening factors is included in the infant’s medical record.
    (b) The provider of care coordination shall initiate documentation on every Healthy Start infant. That documentation shall contain, at a minimum, the infant’s risk factors and the record of case disposition.
    (c) The department shall maintain a confidential registry of the risk screening results on all infants received from the health care providers.
Rulemaking Authority Florida Statutes § 383.14(2). Law Implemented Florida Statutes § 383.14. History—New 3-29-92, Amended 9-20-94, 8-14-95, 3-28-96, Formerly 10J-8.012, Amended 5-2-01, 3-26-15.