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Each agency shall establish appropriate and reasonable administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to ensure compliance with the IPA, to ensure the security and confidentiality of records, and to protect against anticipated threats or hazards to security.

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agency, safeguards
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An agency may disclose personal information to the University of California or a nonprofit entity conducting scientific research, provided the request for information is approved by the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS) for the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHSA) or an authorized institutional review board. To be approved, the researcher must have a plan to (1) protect personal information from improper use and disclosures, including sufficient administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to protect personal information from reasonable anticipated threats to the security or confidentiality of the information; (2) to destroy or return all personal information as soon as it is no longer needed for the research project; (3) have provided sufficient written assurances that the personal information will not be reused or disclosed to any other person or entity, or used in any manner, not approved in the research protocol, except as required by law or for authorized oversigh

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Every provider of health care shall establish and implement appropriate administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect the privacy of patient's medical information. Every provider of health care shall reasonably safeguard confidential medical information from any unauthorized access or unlawful access, use, or disclosure.

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Workforce Clearance Procedure

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Security management process: implement policies and procedures to prevent, detect, contain, and correct security violations. Implementation specifications.

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information access management

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Contingency plan in case of systems damage

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Evaluation of entity's security policies and procedures

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The head of a medical staff, peer review body, or licensed health care facility or clinic shall file a report with the relevant agency within 15 days after a peer review body makes a final decision to sanction a licentiate (e.g., physician and surgeon, podiatrist, clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, clinical social worker, professional clinical counselor, dentist, physician assistant, or anyone authorized to practice medicine) based on the peer review body's investigation into any of four possible alleged malpractice actions: (1) incompetence or gross deviation from the standard of care; (2) the use or administration to oneself of controlled substances; (3) excessive furnishing of controlled substances without a lawful prescription and good faith examination/medical reason; (4) sexual misconduct with a patient during treatment or examination. The licentiate shall receive a notice of the proposed action, which shall also include notice of the licentiate’s right to submit additional explanatory or exculpatory statements. The relevant agency is entitled to inspect any statement of charges, documents, medical charts, exhibits, opinions, findings, conclusions, or any certified copy of medical records, as permitted by other applicable law. The information disclosed in the investigation shall be kept confidential and shall not be subject to discovery, though the information may be reviewed in an administrative disciplinary hearing.

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A clinical laboratory shall report all CD4+ T-Cell test results that are possibly related to an HIV infection to the local health officer within seven days of the completion of the CD4+ T-Cell test. If provided by the ordering health care provider, the lab report shall include: the patient's name, date of birth, and gender. The local health officer shall inspect each CD4+ T-Cell test report to determine if the test is related to a case of HIV infection. If the test result is related to a case of HIV infection, the local health officer shall report the case of HIV infection or AIDS to the State Department of Public Health within 45 days of receipt of the laboratory report. If the clinical laboratory CD4+ T-Cell test result is not related to a case of HIV infection, the local health officer shall destroy the laboratory CD4+ T-Cell test report. CD4+ T-Cell test reports shall not be disclosed, discoverable, or compelled to be produced in any civil, criminal, administrative, or other proceeding; and shall be consi

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