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Information that is disclosed to the member of the elder death review team is confidential. No information is required to be disclosed, but is open to voluntary disclosure. The team may request information like medical information (notwithstanding Civil Code 56.10), mental health information (Notwithstanding the general confidentiality protections of Welf. & Inst. Code 5328), reports by health practitioners of persons suffering injuries from firearm or assault or abuse pursuant to Penal Code 11163.2.

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Anyone who willfully obtains personal identifying information (including medical information) without consent and uses it for an unlawful purpose is guilty of a public offense

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Any medical records obtained or created for the purpose of licensure of professional athletes may not be disclosed by the licensing commission except under certain circumstances, as provided. If, after a process for participation in medical research has been adopted, the athlete consents to participation, the medical records may be used by the commission for medical research. The medical information shall not include any personally identifiable information.

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Any person applying for a license or the renewal of a license as a professional boxer or martial arts fighter must present HIV and hepatitis C antibody and hepatitis B antigen tests to the commission. Information received under this section and any other medical information about an applicant or licensee shall be confidential and not subject to discovery or subpoena

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The California Board of Occupational Therapy may deny or discipline a licensee for failing to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information, except as disclosure is otherwise permitted or required by law.

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The Board of Vocational Nursing may suspend or revoke a license for failing to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information

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The section describes acts that constitute unprofessional conduct by pharmacists; authorizes disciplinary action by the Board of Pharmacy; and clarifies that a wholesaler supplying a pharmacy is not required to obtain nor is authorized to have access to personal medical information (under the control of the pharmacist), except as specified under CMIA.

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Authorizes the board to suspend or revoke a psychiatric technician's license for various grounds, including the failure to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information.

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To participate in an alcohol/narcotics diversion program, a licensed physical therapist must (among other requirements) provide medical information, disclosure authorizations, and releases of liability.

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To participate in the physician assistants’ diversion program, the applicant must, among other requirements, provide medical information and disclosure authorizations.

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