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Tiered increase in amount of civil penalties

Summary:

Anyone who discloses an individual's nonpublic personal information maintained by a government agency is subject to civil action and penalties by the individual.

Keywords:
agency, penalty
Summary:

Any customer injured by a violation of this title [i.e. by disclosure of personal information] may institute a civil action to recover damages.

Keywords:
business, penalty
Summary:

Provides civil penalties for willful or negligent disclosure of results of a test for a genetic characteristic that are contained in the medical record of an applicant or enrollee of a health care service plan

Summary:

Authorizes civil action against any person or entity who has negligently released confidential information or records of the plaintiff

Keywords:
judicial, lawyer
Summary:

Sets forth the scope of liability against any licensed health care professional, who knowingly and willfully obtains, discloses, or uses medical information of the plaintiff. This subdivision does not limit the liability of a health care service plan, a contractor, or a provider of health care that is not a licensed health care professional for any violation of this section.

Summary:

Sets forth the scope of liability against any licensed health care professional, who knowingly and willfully obtains, discloses, or uses medical information of the plaintiff for financial gain. This subdivision does not limit the liability of a health care service plan, a contractor, or a provider of health care that is not a licensed health care professional for any violation of this section.

Summary:

Any person whose confidential information section of a birth certificate is released to a person not listed under 102430(a) and has reason to believe such information can be linked with his or her identity, has a right of civil action against the person releasing the information and may seek punitive damages.

Keywords:
official records
Summary:

The Director of the Department of Managed Health Care may suspend or revoke any license issued to a health care service plan or assess administrative penalties if the licensee has committed any of the acts or omissions constituting grounds for disciplinary action, including (1) violating the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act or (2) violating the legal requirements for post-stabilization care, which includes providing relevant information reasonably necessary for the health care service plan to authorize post-stabilization care or assume management of the patient's care by prompt transfer.

Summary:

In assessing the civil penalty for a violation, all relevant facts shall be considered, including patient's medical, mental and physical condition and her history of mental disability.

Keywords:
disabled, agency
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