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Summary:

After a committee in its discretion has determined that a dentist licentiate has been rehabilitated and the diversion program is completed, the committee shall purge and destroy all records pertaining to the licentiate's participation in a diversion program. Treatment records are confidential.

Summary:

After a diversion evaluation committee, in its discretion, has determined that a licensed dental hygienist has been rehabilitated and the diversion program is completed, the diversion evaluation committee shall purge and destroy all records pertaining to the licensee's participation in the diversion program.

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 diversion program must destroy all records related to the investigation upon notification from the peer review body that the investigation has been closed, unless the matter has been referred to the chief of enforcement.

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If there is insufficient evidence to bring an action against a licentiate then all records of the proceedings shall be confidential and not subject to subpoena. If there are no further proceedings conducted to determine the licentiate's ability to practice within five years, then the licensing agency must destroy all records or the proceedings. If there are new proceedings within five years, then the records must be made available to the respondent.

Summary:

After the osteopathic physician and surgeon diversion evaluation committee and the program manager determine that a participant has been rehabilitated and the program is completed, the committee shall purge and destroy all records pertaining to the participation in a treatment program. All board and committee records and records of proceedings about the treatment of a program participant shall be confidential and are not subject to discovery or subpoena except in the case of any criminal proceeding.

Summary:

All records pertaining to the registered nurse's participation in the diversion program must be purged after the nursing diversion program committee and the program manager have determined that a registered nurse has successfully completed the diversion program.

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Each agency shall maintain in its records only personal information which is relevant and necessary to accomplish a purpose of the agency required or authorized by the California Constitution or statute or mandated by the federal government.

Summary:

Agencies shall maintain records with accuracy, relevance, timeliness, and completeness to the maximum extent possible when records are used to make a determination about the individual. When records are transferred outside of state government, the agency shall update, correct, withhold, or delete any inaccurate or untimely portion of the record.

Summary:

When customer records that contain personal information (including medical information) are no longer to be retained, a business shall take all reasonable steps to dispose of the records by shredding, erasing, or otherwise modifying the personal information in those records to make it unreadable or undecipherable through any means.

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