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Summary:

Upon determination that a physician and surgeon has been rehabilitated and completed the diversion program, the program manager must destroy all of the physician and surgeon's treatment records. Other records may be retained as specified by regulations. All committee records and records of proceedings relating to a physician and surgeon's treatment in the diversion program are confidential and not subject to discovery or subpoena, except as authorized.

Summary:

The Board of Behavioral Sciences may deny, suspend or revoke the license of a licensed educational psychologist if he or she has been guilty of unprofessional conduct. Except as otherwise required or permitted by law, unprofessional conduct includes failing to maintain confidentiality of all information that has been received from a client in confidence during the course of treatment and all information about the client that is obtained from tests or other means.

Summary:

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.

Summary:

Whenever an applicant is denied participation in the alcohol/narcotics diversion program or a terminated for any reason other than the successful completion of the program, and it is determined that the continued practice of physical therapy by that individual creates too great a risk to the public health, safety, and welfare, that fact shall be reported to the executive officer of the board and all documents and information pertaining to and supporting that conclusion shall be provided to the executive officer.

Summary:

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

Summary:

If the examining committee contracts with any other entity to administer a diversion program for the rehabilitation of physician assistants impaired by drug/alcohol abuse, the executive officer of the examining committee or the program manager shall review the activities and performance of the contractor on a biennial basis. As part of this review, the examining committee shall review files of participants in the program. However, the names of participants who entered the program voluntarily shall remain confidential, except when the review reveals misdiagnosis, case mismanagement, or noncompliance by the participant.

Summary:

A person or entity that underwrites or sells annuity contracts or contracts insuring against loss, harm, damage, illness, disability, or death. . . shall not disclose individually identifiable information concerning the health of, or the medical or genetic history of, a customer, to any [other financial or credit institution.]

Summary:

In addition to any other remedies available at law, a patient whose medical information has been used or disclosed in violation of (specified provisions) and who has sustained economic loss or personal injury therefrom may recover damages, attorney's fees and the costs of litigation.

Keywords:
judicial, lawyer
Summary:

Sets forth the scope of liability against any person or entity, other than a licensed health care professional, who knowingly and willfully obtains, discloses, or uses medical information of the plaintiff.

Summary:

Sets forth the scope of liability against any person or entity, other than a licensed health care professional, who knowingly or willfully obtains or uses medical information of the plaintiff for financial gain.

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