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It is unlawful for any person to make or aid in making any knowingly false material statements (or fail to disclose a material fact or provide false information, etc.) with intent to receive workers' compensation benefits. Such statements include oral or written reports of injury, physical or mental limitation, hospital records, test results, physician reports, or other medical records.

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Information filed with state teachers' retirement system is confidential. Information will be disclosed only to: the system member/participant/beneficiary; her authorized representative; the governing board of the member’s current/former employer; any state department or agency; to other individuals as necessary to locate a person to whom a benefit may be payable; pursuant to subpoena; an agent or a physician authorized by the board; a physician or psychologist authorized by the member to receive medical information; upon the death of the member or participant, to those persons who may provide information necessary for the distribution of benefits.

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Information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system can be disclosed pursuant to subpoena.

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If information filed with state teachers' retirement system is detrimental to the member, then it shall be held confidential except it may be disclosed to a physician or psychologist authorized by the retirement plan member.

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The information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system in a beneficiary designation form may be released after the death of the member or participant to those persons who may provide information necessary for the distribution of benefits.

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Information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system is generally confidential, but may be disclosed to the board and its officers and employees of the system, and any person authorized by the Legislature to make inspections.

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A member of the State Teachers' Retirement System shall provide medical documentation to show qualification for the disability allowance.

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On receipt of an application for disability allowance, the State Teachers' Retirement System may order a medical examination of a member to determine whether the member is incapacitated for performance of service. The medical examination shall be conducted by a physician selected by the Teachers' Retirement Board, with expertise in the member's disability. If the member refuses to submit to the required medical examination, the application for disability allowance shall be rejected.

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The State Teachers' Retirement System may reject the disability allowance application if the member fails to provide requested medical documentation to substantiate a disability, within 45 days from the date of the request or within 30 days from the time that a legally designated representative is empowered to act on behalf of a member who is mentally or physically incapacitated.

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In determining whether a member meets the definition of disability, the Teachers' Retirement Board shall make a determination on the basis of competent medical documentation and shall not use the awarding of a disability allowance as a substitute for the disciplinary process.

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