164.506(a)

Summary:

:Permitted uses and disclosures

Other Relevant California Code Sections:
Uses and disclosures to carry out treatment, payment, or health care operations
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A physical evaluation and medical history shall be taken before the administration of oral conscious sedation to a minor, and the dentist who administers it to a minor shall maintain records of the physical evaluation, medical history, and oral conscious sedation procedures used.

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A physical evaluation and medical history shall be taken before the administration of oral conscious sedation to an adult, and the dentist who administers it to an adult shall maintain records of the physical evaluation, medical history, and oral conscious sedation procedures used.

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A physical evaluation and medical history shall be taken before the administration of conscious sedation, and the dentist shall maintain records of the physical evaluation, medical history, and conscious sedation procedures used.

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Any medical records obtained or created for the purpose of licensure of professional athletes may not be disclosed by the licensing commission except under certain circumstances, as provided. If, after a process for participation in medical research has been adopted, the athlete consents to participation, the medical records may be used by the commission for medical research. The medical information shall not include any personally identifiable information.

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[Certain officials] may inspect a licensed general or specialized hospital as well as ... medical staff and patient hospital medical records subject to the provisions of Section 2225.

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Prescribing or dispensing dangerous drugs without a prior examination is not unprofessional conduct if the licensee transmitted the order to a nurse at an inpatient facility. Prior to transmitting the order the following conditions must be satisfied: the practitioner must consult with the nurse who reviewed the patient's records and the practitioner was designated to serve in the absence of the patient's practitioner. Prescribing or dispensing dangerous drugs without a prior examination is not unprofessional conduct if the licensee was designated to serve in the absence of the patient's practitioner and used or possessed the patient's record and ordered the renewal prescription as indicated in the records.

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Medical staff's right of self-governance includes establishing rules/standards for review/analysis of patient records.

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records review
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Staff self-government, involving M.D. and D.O. physicians and surgeons, shall be accomplished by holding periodic meetings of the staff to review and analyze their clinical experience on the basis of patient medical records.

Keywords:
boards, records review
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The Board of Podiatric Medicine may inspect hospital documents of the podiatric medical staff with respect to the podiatric medical care, services, or facilities provided, and may inspect podiatric medical patient records, for purposes of reviewing quality of care.

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If the glaucoma patient also has diabetes, the optometrist shall consult with the physician treating the patient's diabetes in developing the glaucoma treatment plan and shall inform the physician in writing of any changes in the patient's glaucoma medication.

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