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Subsection (g) specifies that the required filing of an 805 report (required from peer review bodies for disciplinary actions/investigations of medical practitioner) shall not act as a waiver of confidentiality of medical records and committee reports. The information reported or disclosed shall be kept confidential. Subsection (h) specifies that the Medical Board of California, the Osteopathic Medical Board of California, and the Dental Board of California shall disclose reports to requesting health facilities as required by Section 805.5. Under subsection (i), an 805 report shall be maintained by an agency for dissemination purposes for a period of three years after receipt.

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Confidential research record may be disclosed without subject's prior written consent to medical personnel to the extent necessary in the event of a medical emergency of research subject and to the department to the extent necessary for special investigations pursuant to 100325.

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An employer of an EMT I, EMT II, the medical director of a local EMS agency, or the Director of the EMS Authority may conduct investigations, as necessary for violations of the EMS Act by an EMT I, EMT II, or EMT-P, including the failure to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information, except as disclosure is otherwise permitted or required by the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act.

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Subject to certain conditions and requirements, the Department of Justice shall make available any information maintained in the Child Abuse Central Index to out-of-state law enforcement agencies conducting investigations of known or suspected child abuse or neglect. The information contained within these reports shall be disclosed only to law enforcement, prosecutorial entities, or multidisciplinary investigative teams, and the written request shall cite the safeguards in place to prevent unlawful disclosure of any confidential information provided.

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An adult protective services agency, a local law enforcement agency, or an ombudsman program must report results of investigations of elder or dependent adult abuse to agencies that reported or referred the abuse incident.

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Files and records of the State Ombudsman office pertaining to complaints and investigations are confidential, unless consent to disclose is obtained. Information may be disclosed to a law enforcement agency, public protective service agency, and licensing or certification agency in accordance with federal law.

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