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Summary:

Unlawful intentional disclosure of an individual's medical information is a misdemeanor if it results in economic loss or personal injury to the individual.

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judicial
Summary:

A business may not request medical information for marketing purposes unless the business discloses the marketing purpose, and gains the consent of the data subject or the subject's authorized representative prior to obtaining the medical information. The section also lays out requirements for the formatting, readability of written consent forms.

Keywords:
marketing, business
Summary:

The CMIA defines the following terms: health care service plan; authorization; authorized recipient; contractor; licensed health care professional; marketing; medical information; patient; pharmaceutical company; and provider of health care.

Summary:

Upon the patient's written request, any corporation that compiles or maintains medical information for any reason, shall provide the patient, at no charge, with a copy of any medical profile, summary, or information maintained by the corporation or entity with respect to the patient.

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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:

A provider of health care or a health care service plan may disclose medical information in the following circumstances: 1) to other healthcare providers to facilitate diagnosis and treatment 2) to find financially liable party and obtain payment 3) to administrative subcontractors 4) quality control organizations (peer review boards, etc.) 5) accrediting agencies 6) coroners 7) \bona fide research purposes\" 8) employer

Summary:

Health care providers, health care service plans, contractors, and corporations shall not intentionally use medical information for marketing or any purpose not necessary to provide health care services to the patient unless otherwise authorized by patient.

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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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An employer that receives medical information shall establish appropriate procedures such as instruction to employees and security systems to ensure the confidentiality and protection from unauthorized use and disclosure of that information.

Summary:

No employer shall use, disclose, or knowingly permit its employees or agents to use or disclose employee medical information without a signed authorization by the patient.

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