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(a) Insurers shall make medical records available to the Department of Developmental Services or a regional center upon request, so long as (1) the department/regional center certifies that the individual is an applicant/recipient of services for the developmentally disabled or the California Early Intervention Program; or is a person who is legally responsible for the applicant or recipient; and (2) the department/regional center is in certifiable compliance with all state and federal laws pertaining to the confidentiality of medical information. (b) The Department of Developmental Services or regional center shall enter into a cooperative agreement delineating procedures for requesting and furnishing appropriate information, consistent with laws pertaining to the confidentiality and privacy of medical information. The Department of Developmental Services shall make every effort to coordinate with the State Department of Health Care Services to obtain this information. (c) The information required to be made available is limited to information necessary to determine whether health care services have been or should have been claimed and paid. (d) The director of the department shall establish guidelines to ensure that information provided to any insurer is used only for its requested purpose and doesn't violate the applicant/recipient's confidentiality.

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Adult day health care centers shall offer and provide directly on the premises medical services that emphasize prevention treatment, rehabilitation, and continuity of care and also provide for maintenance of adequate medical records.

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Owners and laboratory directors of all clinical laboratories shall preserve medical records and laboratory records, as defined in this section, for three years from the date of testing, examination, or purchase. Failure to retain records accordingly is cause of legal action. Information in these medical records shall be confidential, with certain exceptions.

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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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The Medical Board may propose a registration program to permit the practice of medicine across state lines. The program may include standards for confidentiality, format, and retention of medical records, as well as access to medical records by the board.

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A hospital having five or more physicians must adopt certain rules, including (1) periodic review of clinical experience based on medical records of patients; and (2) maintenance of adequate and accurate medical records.

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A hospital having fewer than five physicians must adopt certain rules, including maintenance of adequate and accurate medical records.

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This section defines "telemedicine" to include transfer of medical data using audio, video or data communication; All existing laws regarding patient access to medical information and copies of medical records apply to patients receiving care by telemedicine.

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Staff self-government, involving M.D. and D.O. physicians and surgeons, shall be accomplished by holding periodic meetings of the staff to review and analyze their clinical experience on the basis of patient medical records.

Keywords:
boards, records review
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Any employer of a respiratory care practitioner shall report to the board the suspension or termination for cause of any practitioner in its employ. This required reporting shall not constitute a waiver of confidentiality of medical records.

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