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When a parent or legal guardian has sought the medical care and counseling for a drug- or alcohol-related problem of a minor child, the physician shall disclose medical information concerning the care to the minor's parent or legal guardian upon his or her request, even if the minor child does not consent to disclosure, without liability for the disclosure.

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All licensed adoption agencies shall devise a plan for effective and discreet transmission to adoptees or prospective adoptive parents of pertinent medical information reported to the department or the licensed adoption agency, upon the request of the person reporting the medical information.

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When a person dies in custody of law enforcement or in prison, the agency must submit a report with certain information to the state attorney general. The report does not waive confidentiality of medical information.

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When a coroner reasonably suspects criminal conduct as a cause of death, the coroner shall notify law enforcement of the name of the deceased person and any medical information of the decedent that is directly related to the death. The report shall not include any information contained in the decedent's medical records regarding any other person unless that information is relevant and directly related to the decedent's death.

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In a retirement proceeding, retiree's statements and records (including medical information) shall be held confidentially and shall not be disclosed except as necessary for administering the pension benefits, by court order or by written authorization of retiree.

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In applying for participation in program providing name and address confidentiality for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, the victim may be required to provide medical information about alleged assaults or violence.

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Except as provided in [sections of the Public Records Act], nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require disclosure of records of the State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF) related to Workers' Compensation and Insurance claims to the extent that confidential medical information or other individually identifiable information would be disclosed.

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The second section of a certificate of live birth shall include medical information to be kept confidential and clearly labeled "Confidential Information for Public Health Use Only." Such information includes: date of first and last prenatal care visit, the number of prenatal visits, description of pregnancy complications and any concurrent illness, and complications during labor and delivery, if such information is essential medical information

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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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