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210 ILCS 25/7-102

    (210 ILCS 25/7-102) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 627-102)
    Sec. 7-102. Reports of test results.
    (a) Clinical laboratory test results may be reported or transmitted to:
        (1) the licensed physician or other authorized person
who requested the test, their designee, or both;
        (2) any health care provider who is providing
treatment to the patient;
        (3) an electronic health information exchange for the
purposes of transmitting, using, or disclosing clinical laboratory test results in any manner required or permitted by HIPAA; and
        (4) a pharmacist in accordance with Section 43.5
of the Pharmacy Practice Act.
    (b) No interpretation, diagnosis, or prognosis or suggested treatment shall appear on the laboratory report form, except that a report made by a physician licensed to practice medicine in Illinois, a dentist licensed in Illinois, or an optometrist licensed in Illinois may include such information.
    (c) Nothing in this Act prohibits the sharing of information as authorized in Section 2.1 of the Department of Public Health Act.
(Source: P.A. 102-1051, eff. 1-1-23.)