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Summary:

Persons involved in the provision of services relating to the treatment and rehabilitation of licentiates impaired by alcohol or dangerous drugs, shall retain all records and documents for audit by the department. Records/documents are confidential and are not subject to discovery or subpoena.

Summary:

All committee and diversion evaluation committee records and records of proceedings pertaining to the treatment of a licensee in a program shall be kept confidential and are not subject to discovery or subpoena. Exception: in the case of disciplinary or criminal proceedings of a licensee who withdraws or is terminated from the program and presents a threat to the public's health and safety, the committee may use diversion treatment records as authorized.

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Confidential information described in 17006 may be disclosed to any law enforcement agency if a warrant has been issued for the arrest of the person for the commission of a felony or misdemeanor and upon the request from any law enforcement agency.

Summary:

Information and records communicated or provided to the program as well as information created by the program shall be deemed private and confidential and shall be protected from discovery and disclosure by all applicable statutory and common law protections.

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(i) Whenever a court orders a hearing terminating parental rights or establishing guardianship of children adjudged dependent children of court, the court shall direct the agency supervising the child and the licensed county adoption agency or the State Department of Social Services to prepare an assessment that includes an evaluation of the child's medical, developmental, scholastic, mental, and emotional status.

Summary:

If the certification and records of professional persons concerning the mental condition and treatment of the person requesting release will be received in evidence, the person requesting release may waive the presence of physician or other professional person providing intensive treatment at the evidentiary hearing.

Keywords:
mental health, judicial
Summary:

Where foster care is being considered, a case plan shall be submitted to the court. The case plan shall include: health and education information about the minor, school records, immunizations, known medical problems, and any known medications the minor may be taking, names and addresses of the minor's health and educational providers; the minor's grade level performance; assurances that the minor's placement in foster care takes into account proximity to the school in which the minor was enrolled at the time of placement; and other relevant health and educational information.

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Investigative consumer reporting agency shall not furnish report to employer, court, insurance, or landlord if it includes medical information unless consumer consents.

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A provider of health care, a health care service plan, or a contractor shall disclose medical information if the disclosure is compelled by any of the following: Court order; Order from a board, commission, or agency; Subpoena from a party before a court or agency; Arbitrator or panel; Search Warrant; Patient or Patient's representative; or, Coroner conducting an investigation

Summary:

In a medical negligence action, a demand for settlement or offer to compromise made on a patient's behalf shall be accompanied by an authorization to disclose medical information to persons or organizations insuring, responsible for, or defending professional liability that the certificate holder may incur. The authorization shall . . . authorize disclosure of that information that is necessary to investigate issues of liability and extent of potential damages in evaluating the merits of the demand for settlement or offer to compromise.

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