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Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorizes the further disclosure of confidential medical information ... described in this section by the health facility or any prehospital emergency medical care personnel except as otherwise authorized by law.

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All prehospital emergency medical care personnel who have been exposed to a person afflicted with a disease or condition listed as reportable shall be notified that they have been exposed to the disease and should contact the county health officer.

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Nothing in this section authorizes the further disclosure of confidential medical information ... described in this section by the chief medical examiner-coroner or any of the prehospital emergency medical care personnel except as otherwise authorized by law.

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The county health officer shall immediately notify the prehospital emergency medical care person who has been exposed to a person afflicted with a disease or condition listed as reportable, upon receiving the report from a health facility. The county health officer shall not disclose the name of the patient or other identifying characteristics to the prehospital emergency medical care person. Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize the further disclosure of confidential medical information by the chief medical examiner-coroner or any of the prehospital emergency medical care personnel described in this section except as otherwise authorized by law.

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A listing of patient names shall accompany a physician and surgeon's submission to Emergency Medical Services Fund, and those names shall be given full confidentiality protections by the administering agency.

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emergency care
Summary:

The commission shall advise the authority on the development of an emergency medical data collection system.

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Failure to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information is unprofessional conduct and grounds for discipline

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An employer of an EMT I, EMT II, the medical director of a local EMS agency, or the Director of the EMS Authority may conduct investigations, as necessary for violations of the EMS Act by an EMT I, EMT II, or EMT-P, including the failure to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information, except as disclosure is otherwise permitted or required by the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act.

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In the event of a clinical or professional disagreement regarding the release of a person subject to the detention, the detention shall be maintained unless the hospital's medical director overrules the decision of the physician and surgeon opposing the release. Both the physician and surgeon and the clinical psychologist shall enter their findings, concerns, or objections in the person's medical record. Persons detained under this section shall retain their legal rights regarding consent for medical treatment.

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