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Summary:

Judicial Council shall adopt an expedited procedure to authorize, by court order, a proposed conservatee's health care provider to disclose confidential medical information about the proposed conservatee to a court investigator pursuant to HIPAA.

Summary:

With regards to a court investigator’s report evaluating a conservatorship, confidential medical information about the conservatee will be sent as a separate attachment to the report to the conservator, attorneys of record for the conservator, conservatee, and the court. The confidential medical information will not be included in the copies of the report sent to the conservatee's spouse or registered domestic partner, and the conservatee's relatives.

Summary:

In order to determine whether a person is in substantial danger of abuse or neglect and needs a conservator, the public guardian or the county's adult protective services agency may petition for the court to order identified health care providers or organizations to provide private medical information about the person to the public guardian's authorized representatives.

Summary:

Court orders in response to a public guardian's petition pursuant to Probate Code 2910 shall authorize health care providers to disclose a person's confidential medical information as permitted under California law and HIPAA and direct the public guardian or adult protective services to keep the information confidential or destroy the information/ give the copies to the person subject to the investigation if the proceeding is not commences within 60 days of the order.

Summary:

Aircraft flights necessary for emergency medical treatment are exempt from existing restrictions that regulate the operation of aircraft, including the times and places of departure, and noise level restrictions. Within 72 hours of the emergency aircraft flight, written information concerning the emergency (including the patient's name and address, a signed statement by the attending physician specifying that a medical emergency was involved, etc.) must be submitted to the airport proprietor. The written disclosure must be consistent with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the regulations issued by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, and the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act. However, if the emergency flight was operated by law enforcement, firefighting, or military personnel, they are exempt from the reporting requirement.

Summary:

The State Department of Public Health or any entity funded by the Breast Cancer Control Program shall collect personal and medical information from any individual applying for services under the program. The information shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed other than for purposes directly connected with the administration of this program or except as otherwise provided by law or pursuant to prior written consent of the subject of the information. However, the State Department of Public Health or any entity funded by the Breast Cancer Control Program may disclose the confidential information to medical personnel and fiscal intermediaries of the state to the extent necessary to administer this program, and to other state public health agencies or medical researchers when the confidential information is necessary to carry out the duties of those agencies or researchers in the investigation, control, or surveillance of breast cancer.

Summary:

County assessors must safeguard taxpayer's personal information (including medical information) provided on claims for exempting certain changes in ownership from adverse tax consequences. Notwithstanding Article I, section 3 of the California Constitution, this personal information is confidential.

Summary:

Persons over the age of 55 years or severely or permanently disabled persons who reside on property that is eligible for homeowners' exemption may transfer the property's base year value of the property to a replacement dwelling. The county assessors must safeguard from public access taxpayer's personal information (including medical information) provided on exemption claims, notwithstanding Article I, section 3 of the California Constitution.

Summary:

If the court orders the youth committed to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the court must order the probation department to forward all required medical information, including previously executed medical releases.

Keywords:
child, prisoner, judicial
Summary:

To operate firefighting equipment, a driver is required to obtain and maintain a firefighter endorsement from the Department of Motor Vehicles. To qualify for the endorsement, upon application and every two years thereafter, the driver must submit medical information on a form approved by the DMV.

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