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Confidential research records shall be disclosed to the research subject, the legal representative of the subject, or the personal representative of a deceased subject, 30 days after written request is made.

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No long-term care policy or certificate that is issued, amended, renewed, or delivered on and after January 1, 2002 shall contain a provision that prohibits or restricts any health facilities' compliance with the discharge planning policy and process requirements, which includes patients' rights to information and medical transfer summaries for personal representatives, etc.

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Service agencies for the developmentally disabled shall implement procedures for providing access to records to recipients, applicants, or their personal representatives.

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An agency may disclose personal information to the duly appointed guardian or conservator of the individual or a person representing the individual if it can be proven with reasonable certainty through the possession of agency forms, documents or correspondence that this person is the authorized representative of the individual to whom the information pertains.

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A provider of health care, a health care service plan, or a contractor shall disclose medical information if the disclosure is compelled by any of the following: Court order; Order from a board, commission, or agency; Subpoena from a party before a court or agency; Arbitrator or panel; Search Warrant; Patient or Patient's representative; or, Coroner conducting an investigation

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Any person or entity that wishes to obtain medical information pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 56.10. . . shall obtain a valid authorization for the release of this information. The authorization must be signed by the patient (or in some cases, his legal representative, spouse, or beneficiary) and states: (1) the use of the type of information to be disclosed; (2) the names of the health care provider or other parties that may disclose the information or who are authorized to receive the information; (3) the limitations on use of the information; (4) the date after which the information can no longer be disclosed.

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An authorization for an employer to disclose medical information shall be valid if it complies with all of the following: 1) must be signed by the patient (or in some cases, his legal representative, or beneficiary) and states: (1) the use of the type of information to be disclosed; (2) the names of the health care provider or other parties that may disclose the information or who are authorized to receive the info; (3) the limitations on use of the info; (4) the date after which the information can no longer be disclosed.

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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 State Teachers' Retirement System may reject the disability allowance application if the member fails to provide requested medical documentation to substantiate a disability, within 45 days from the date of the request or within 30 days from the time that a legally designated representative is empowered to act on behalf of a member who is mentally or physically incapacitated.

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After reviewing a pupil's record, the parent or guardian of the pupil may challenge the content of the record on the basis that it is: 1) Inaccurate; (2) An unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference; (3) A conclusion or inference outside of the observer's area of competence; (4) Not based on the personal observation of a named person with the time and place of the observation noted; (5) Misleading; (6) In violation of the privacy or other rights of the pupil. The parent must submit a written request to the district superintendent to correct or remove information in the record which the parent finds to be inaccurate, an inference or unsubstantiated, not based on an observation of the named person, misleading, or in violation of the privacy rights or other rights of the pupil.

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