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Summary:

Medical reports relating to medical or dental studies may be discoverable under certain circumstances but are not admissible as evidence. In the event of disclosure, such information generally remains privileged. The patient's identity may not be discovered unless the patient consents to disclosure. This code section does not affect the admissibility of original medical or dental records or evidence relevant to a criminal matter.

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Records of quality assurance committees used in medical or psychiatric studies are inadmissible; patient information remains confidential, as provided.

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The proceedings and records of committees that have the responsibility of evaluating and improving the quality of healthcare provided are not subject to discovery. A person attending any of the committee meetings shall not be required to testify as to what occurred in the meeting, except as specified.

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Medical professionals (as specified) must make all of a patient's records available for inspection to an attorney presenting a written authorization from the patient

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