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New Jersey Occupational Therapy Patient Records

An occupational therapist, or a licensed occupational therapy assistant acting under the supervision of a licensed occupational therapist, shall prepare and maintain for each patient a contemporaneous, permanent patient record that accurately reflects the patient's contact with the occupational therapist or the occupational therapy assistant, whether in an office, hospital or other treatment, evaluation or consultative setting.

Contents of the Patient Record

Use of a Computer to Prepare Patient Records

Release of Records

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