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An applicant for a license to practice marriage and family therapy must have at least 3000 hours of training experience, including some direct supervisor contact. All applicants must be supervised, and that supervisor is responsible for compliance with all laws, rules and regulations regarding the practice of marriage and family therapy. An applicant working in a governmental entity, a school, a college, or a university, or an institution that is both nonprofit and charitable may obtain the required weekly direct supervisor contact via two-way, real-time videoconferencing. The supervisor is responsible for ensuring that client confidentiality is upheld during the videoconference.

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In order to establish eligibility for disability benefits, the claimant must file with the Employment Development Department a certificate from a physician that establishes the sickness of the employee, or condition of the family member that warrants the care of the employee. (2) A certificate filed to establish medical eligibility of the employee's own sickness, injury, or pregnancy shall also contain a statement of medical facts, including secondary diagnoses when applicable, within the physician's or practitioner's knowledge, based on a physical examination and a documented medical history of the claimant by the physician or practitioner, indicating the physician's or practitioner's conclusion as to the claimant's disability, and a statement of the physician's or practitioner's opinion as to the expected duration of the disability. (b) An employee shall be required to file a certificate to establish eligibility when taking leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition. The certificate shall be developed by the department. In order to establish medical eligibility of the serious health condition of the family member that warrants the care of the employee, the information shall be within the physician's or practitioner's knowledge and shall be based on a physical examination and documented medical history of the family member and shall contain all of the following: (1) A diagnosis and diagnostic code prescribed in the International Classification of Diseases, or, if no diagnosis has yet been obtained, a detailed statement of symptoms. (2) The date, if known, on which the condition commenced. (3) The probable duration of the condition. (4) An estimate of the amount of time that the physician or practitioner believes the employee needs to care for the child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner. (5) (A) A statement that the serious health condition warrants the participation of the employee to provide care for his or her child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, spouse, or domestic partner.

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An agency may disclose personal information for the sole purpose of verifying and paying government health care service claims under the Welfare and Institutions Code.

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The retirement board of a public pension or retirement system shall administer the system to deliver benefits and services to beneficiaries and participants. In CA. Op. Atty. Gen. No. 04-408 (February 23, 2005), the Attorney General concluded that a county retirement board may meet in closed session to discuss and evaluate medical records submitted in connection with an employee's application for a disability retirement.

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It is unlawful for any person to make or aid in making any knowingly false material statements (or fail to disclose a material fact or provide false information, etc.) with intent to receive workers' compensation benefits. Such statements include oral or written reports of injury, physical or mental limitation, hospital records, test results, physician reports, or other medical records.

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Information filed with state teachers' retirement system is confidential. Information will be disclosed only to: the system member/participant/beneficiary; her authorized representative; the governing board of the member’s current/former employer; any state department or agency; to other individuals as necessary to locate a person to whom a benefit may be payable; pursuant to subpoena; an agent or a physician authorized by the board; a physician or psychologist authorized by the member to receive medical information; upon the death of the member or participant, to those persons who may provide information necessary for the distribution of benefits.

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The information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system in a beneficiary designation form may be released after the death of the member or participant to those persons who may provide information necessary for the distribution of benefits.

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It is unlawful for a person to knowingly make any false material statement or fail to disclose a material fact to obtain or receive public employees’ retirement system benefits. “Statement” includes any report of injury or physical or mental limitation, hospital records, test results, physician reports, or other medical records.

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It is unlawful for a person to knowingly make any false material statement or fail to disclose a material fact to obtain or receive benefits under the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937. “Statement” includes any report of injury or physical or mental limitation, hospital records, test results, physician reports, or other medical records.

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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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