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§ 30. Public access to information.
(a) Meetings of the review teams and the Executive Council shall be closed to the public. Meetings of the review teams and the Executive Council are not subject to the Open Meetings Act, as provided in that Act.
(b) Records and information provided to a review team and the Executive Council, and records maintained by a review team or the Executive Council, are confidential and not subject to the Freedom of Information Act, as provided in that Act. Nothing contained in this subsection (b) prevents the sharing or disclosure of records, other than those produced by a review team or the Executive Council, relating or pertaining to the sexual assault or death of a resident.
(c) Members of a review team and the Executive Council are not subject to examination, in any civil or criminal proceeding, concerning information presented to members of the review team or the Executive Council or opinions formed by members of the review team or the Executive Council based on that information. A person may, however, be examined concerning information provided to a review team or the Executive Council that is otherwise available to the public.
(d) Records and information produced by a review team and the Executive Council are not subject to discovery or subpoena and are not admissible as evidence in any civil or criminal proceeding. Those records and information are, however, subject to discovery or a subpoena, and are admissible as evidence, to the extent they are otherwise available to the public.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 210. Health Facilities and Regulation § 28/30. Public access to information - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-210-health-facilities-and-regulation/il-st-sect-210-28-30/
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