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Right of an individual to request restriction of uses and disclosures

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A legislative body of a local agency which provides medical services may hold a closed session to hear a charge or complaint from a member enrolled in its health plan if the member does not wish to have his or her name, medical status, or other information that is protected by federal law publicly disclosed.

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Unless a refusal to permit record sharing is made under (e), health care providers and other agencies may disclose information specified in (c)(1) to (9) from the patient's medical record or the client's record to local health departments operating immunization information systems and to the State Department of Health Services. Local health departments and the State Department may disclose (c)(1) to (9) information to each other and to requesting health care providers taking care of a particular patient. Information under (c)(1) to (6), (8), and (9) may be disclosed to the agencies and entities listed.

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Upon the request the patient, a local health department or the State Department that has received the patient's information under (c), shall provide the patient with information regarding information that has been shared and stop sharing the information after the date request was received.

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Limited by state and federal law and regulations limiting disclosure, local health departments and the State Department may share (c) information with any entity designated by federal or state law to receive such information. The State Department of Health Services may enter into written agreements to share confidential information with other states for the listed purposes and use of information must be limited to such purposes. Information may not be shared under this subdivision if the patient or patient's guardian refuses to allow the sharing of immunization information under (e) [i.e. refusal to permit record sharing].

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Execution of written consent form for psychotherapeutic procedure shall be entered into the patient's treatment record. If the entry of the consent form copy be deemed an unlawful invasion of privacy, then the form shall be maintained in a confidential manner and place, The consent form shall be available to the person, and his attorney, guardian, and conservator.

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