442-1 Chiropractic defined
442-2 License to practice
442-3 Board of examiners
442-5 Board’s powers
442-6 Examinations
442-7 Application, scheduling, administration, scoring, and place of examination
442-8 License form, authority under
442-9 License refusal, revocations, suspension, fine, limitation, restriction, probation, reissuance
442-10 Proceedings for revocation, suspension, limitation, restriction, or placement under probation of license
442-11 Biennial renewal; fees; failure to renew
442-12 Display of license certificate
442-14 Change of residence
442-16 Board records
442-17 Licensees, duties
442-18 Disposition of fees; establishment of fees by rule
442-19 Violations, penalty

Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes > Chapter 442

  • Adult residential care home: means any facility providing twenty-four-hour living accommodations, for a fee, to adults unrelated to the family, who require at least minimal assistance in the activities of daily living, personal care services, protection, and health care services, but who do not need the professional health services provided in an intermediate, skilled nursing, or acute care facility. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-15.1
  • Assisted living facility: means a combination of housing, health care services, and personalized supportive services designed to respond to individual needs, to promote choice, responsibility, independence, privacy, dignity, and individuality. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-15.1
  • board: means the state board of chiropractic examiners. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-442
  • Case management services: means services that assist medically fragile children under the medicaid state plan in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-431
  • CBRNE event: means the use of chemicals, biological agents, radioactive materials, nuclear devices, or explosives to kill or sicken people, animals, or plants. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-441
  • Certificate of approval: means the certificate issued by the department or its designee that authorizes a person, agency, or organization to operate a community care foster family home. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • Client: means any person who receives home and community-based case management services to reside in a community care foster family home, expanded adult residential care home, or assisted living facility. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • county: includes the city and county of Honolulu. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 54-17
  • Day care center: includes a place designated for group care for four or more adults or a family home providing care for two or more adults. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-492
  • Department: means the department of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-492
  • Department: means the department of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-441
  • Department: means the department of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471
  • Department: means the department of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • Designee: means a person, institution, organization, or agency authorized by the department to issue certificates of approval to community care foster family homes and to monitor these homes for certificate compliance and quality assurance. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • Director: means the director of health. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-441
  • Director: means the director of health or the director's designated representative. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471
  • Disabled and aged persons: means any person who lives with a spouse, relative, or friend but who requires temporary supervision and care during the absence of those persons from the home or residence. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-492
  • Domestic violence: means physical harm, bodily injury, assault, or the threat of imminent physical harm, bodily injury, or assault, extreme psychological abuse or malicious property damage between family or household members. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471
  • Domestic violence fatality review information: means information regarding a victim, including but not limited to:

         (1)  Social, medical, and legal history;

         (2)  Death and birth certificates;

         (3)  Law enforcement investigative information and data;

         (4)  Medical examiner or coroner investigative information and data;

         (5)  Parole and probation information and records;

         (6)  Information and records of social services agencies;

         (7)  Educational records; and

         (8)  Health care institution information. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471

  • Domestic violence fatality review team: means those individuals appointed by the director to review domestic violence fatalities. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471
  • Elder: means any person as may otherwise be defined by the department, who desires and needs counseling, guidance, and assistance to modify or resolve the social, economic, educational, recreational, physical, or mental problem that impedes the person's personal functioning and well-being. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-492
  • Emergency response stockpile: means a strategic supply of drugs, vaccines and other biological products, medical devices, and related supplies maintained by the department to protect or treat the population of the State in the event of a CBRNE event. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-441
  • Expanded adult residential care home: means any facility providing twenty-four-hour living accommodations, for a fee, to adults unrelated to the family, who require at least minimal assistance in the activities of daily living, personal care services, protection, and health care services, and who may need the professional health services provided in an intermediate or skilled nursing facility. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-15.1
  • home: means a home that:

         (1)  Is regulated by the department in accordance with rules that are equitable in relation to rules that govern expanded adult residential care homes;

         (2)  Is issued a certificate of approval by the department or its designee to provide, for a fee, twenty-four-hour living accommodations, including personal care and homemaker services, for not more than two adults at any one time, at least one of whom shall be a medicaid recipient, who are at the nursing facility level of care, who are unrelated to the foster family, and who are receiving the services of a licensed home and community-based case management agency; provided that:

              (A)  The department, in its discretion, may certify a home for a third adult who is at the nursing facility level of care and is a medicaid recipient; provided further that:

                   (i)  The home has been certified and in operation for not less than one year;

                  (ii)  The primary caregiver is a certified nurse aide, as defined in section 457A‑1. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481

  • Home and community-based case management agency: means any person, agency, or organization licensed by the department to provide, coordinate, and monitor comprehensive services to meet the needs of clients whom the agency serves in a community care foster family home or any medicaid clients in an expanded adult residential care home, or an assisted living facility. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • License: means an approval issued by the department or its authorized agents for a person, agency, or organization to operate as a home and community-based case management agency. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-481
  • Medically fragile children: means children under the age of twenty-one with complex medical conditions that may or may not require technological interventions, including but not limited to ventilator care, tracheostomy care, catheterizations, parenteral nutrition, complex enteral feeding, and complex wound care. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-431
  • oath: includes a solemn affirmation. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 54-16
  • Victim: means an adult whose death is suspected of having been caused by domestic violence or domestic violence-related suicide. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-471