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All information collected in accordance with this section is confidential information, except as otherwise provided in this section. Disclosure of confidential information shall be limited to the information necessary for the stated purpose of the requested disclosure and used for stated purpose.

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Health care providers and local health departments may disclose to each other certain types of health information (listed 1 to 9) for the purpose of immunization and payment for such services.

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A licensed dental hygienist must comply with a court order mandating the release of records to the Dental Hygiene Committee. Unless it is determined that the order is unlawful or invalid, failure to comply results in a civil penalty to be paid to the committee and constitutes unprofessional conduct that is grounds for suspension or revocation of his or her license; the licensee is also guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine.

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Health care facilities must comply with a court order mandating the release of patient records to the Dental Hygiene Committee that is accompanied by a notice citing the penalties for failure to comply. Unless it is determined that the order is unlawful or invalid, failure to comply results in a civil penalty to be paid to the committee; the facility is also guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine.

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(2) Integrated programs must obtain an individual's informed authorization or the authorization of the parent/guardian/custodian of a minor before obtaining an individual's medical information, including mental health and drug treatment records. (3) Medical information shall not be disclosed to unauthorized persons (4) nor shall it be disclosed for any purpose that is not authorized in the authorization.

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An agency may disclose personal information in the following ways: to the individual to whom the information pertains; with the prior written voluntary consent of the individual to whom the record pertains if consent is obtained not more than 30 days before the disclosure, or in the time limit agreed to by the individual in the written consent.

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A health care provider may disclose medical information to a county social worker, a probation officer, or any other person who is legally authorized to have custody or care of a minor for the purpose of coordinating health care services and medical treatment provided to the minor.

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In order for the ombudsman office to carry out its duties, the office shall have access to the medical or personal records of a patient or resident that are retained by the long-term care facility under the following conditions: (a) with written consent of the patient/resident if they have the ability to write, (b) with oral consent of the patient with third party witness, (c) with permission of guardian or conservator unless such person is unknown, cannot be reached within 3 working days, or there is reason to believe that such person is not acting in the best interests of the patient.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: school officials and employees of the district, members of a school attendance review board, and certain volunteer aides; officials and employees of other public schools or school systems; authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General, the Secretary of Education, and administrative head of an education agency, state education officials, or the United States Office of Civil Rights; other state and local officials; parents of a pupil 18 years of age or older who is a dependent; a pupil 16 years of age or older or having completed the 10th grade who requests access.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any judge or probation officer for the purpose of a truancy mediation program or a truancy petition, in which case, a school district releasing pupil information to a judge or probation officer shall inform, or provide written notification to, the parent or guardian of the pupil within 24 hours of the release of the information; and any county placing agency for case management purposes. School districts, county offices of education, and county placing agencies may develop cooperative agreements to facilitate confidential access to and exchange of the pupil information by electronic mail, facsimile, electronic format, or other secure means.

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