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An individual has a right to receive an accounting of disclosures of protected health information made by a covered entity in the six years prior to the date on which the accounting is requested; excepting certain disclosures (listed).

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Documentation of accounting of disclosures

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Each agency shall keep an accurate accounting of the date, nature, and purpose of (certain) disclosures made pursuant to section 1798.24, including the name, title, and business address of the person or agency to whom the disclosure was made.

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An agency may disclose personal information pursuant to a determination by the agency that compelling circumstances exist that affect the health or safety of an individual, if upon the disclosure notification is transmitted to the individual to whom the information pertains at his or her last known address. Disclosure shall not be made if it is in conflict with other state or federal laws.

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Each agency shall retain the accounting made pursuant to Section 1798.25 for at least three years after the disclosure for which the accounting is made, or until the record is destroyed, whichever is shorter.

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With some exceptions, if a business has an established business relationship with a customer and has within the immediately preceding calendar year disclosed personal information, including medical conditions and drugs, therapies, or medical products/equipment used, to third parties that used the personal information for direct marketing purposes, that business shall, upon request from the customer, provide to the customer free of charge: (1) a list of the categories of personal information disclosed by the business to third parties for the third parties' direct marketing purposes during the immediately preceding calendar year; and (2) the names and addresses of the third parties and in some cases, examples of the products or services marketed, sufficient to give the customer a reasonable indication of the nature of the third parties' business.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any judge or probation officer for the purpose of a truancy mediation program or a truancy petition, in which case, a school district releasing pupil information to a judge or probation officer shall inform, or provide written notification to, the parent or guardian of the pupil within 24 hours of the release of the information; and any county placing agency for case management purposes. School districts, county offices of education, and county placing agencies may develop cooperative agreements to facilitate confidential access to and exchange of the pupil information by electronic mail, facsimile, electronic format, or other secure means.

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The second section of a certificate of live birth, the electronic file information collected under 102426, and the second section of a certificate of fetal death under 103025 shall be confidential. Access to such confidential information is limited to department staff, local registrar's staff, local health department if approved by registrar county coroner, persons with valid scientific interest as determined by State Registrar, the parent signing the certificate, person named on certificate, person petitioning adoption. The department shall maintain a record of person allowed access to such confidential information.

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Upon obtaining the approval from the State Board of Pharmacy and the Department of Justice, a pharmacy or hospital may receive electronic data transmission prescriptions or computer entry prescriptions or orders for Schedule II, III, IV, or V controlled substances if authorized by federal law and consistent with DEA regulations. The Board must maintain a list of all requests and approvals made pursuant to this provision.

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By written request, individuals may gain access to their personal information held by an insurance institution, agent or insurance-support organization. The entities must also provide a list of entities/persons to whom this personal information was disclosed within the last two years. Medical information in the possession of insurance entities may be provided either directly to the individual or to a medical professional designated by the individual. Mental health record information shall be supplied directly to the individual, pursuant to this section, only with the approval of the qualified professional person with treatment responsibility for the condition to which the information relates.

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