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Additional fees will be collected from an applicant for a certified copy of a birth or death record. Each local registrar or county recorder collecting the fee shall transmit sixty-five cents ($.65) of the fee to the State Registrar as funding for the development of safety and security measures to protect against fraudulent use of birth and death records, including computerizing records, redacting and removing signatures as required by law, and electronically distributing redacted records to local registrars and county recorders for their use in complying with Sections 103526 and 103526.5.

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Any medical records obtained or created for the purpose of licensure of professional athletes may not be disclosed by the licensing commission except under certain circumstances, as provided. If, after a process for participation in medical research has been adopted, the athlete consents to participation, the medical records may be used by the commission for medical research. The medical information shall not include any personally identifiable information.

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The contents of any central file that are not public records under any other provision of law shall be confidential except that the licensee involved, or his or her counsel or representative, shall have the right to inspect and have copies made of his or her complete file except for the provision that may disclose the identity of an information source. A board may protect an information source by providing a copy of the material with only those deletions necessary to protect the identity of the source or by providing a comprehensive summary of the substance of the material. The board shall ensure that full disclosure is made to the subject of any personal information that could reasonably in any way reflect or convey anything detrimental, disparaging, or threatening to a licensee's reputation, rights, benefits, privileges, or qualifications, or be used by a board to make a determination that would affect a licensee's rights, benefits, privileges, or qualifications. Each board may permit any law enforcement or

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The Medical Board of California shall contract with an independent entity to conduct a comprehensive study of the peer review process. (e) The case files and other information obtained by the independent entity shall be confidential. The independent entity shall not release the case files or other information it obtains to any individual, agency, or entity, including the board, except as aggregate data, examples, or in the final report submitted to the board and the Legislature, but in no case shall information released under these exemptions be identifiable in any way or associated with, or related to, a specific facility, individual, or peer review body. (f) Information obtained by the independent entity, including raw data, patient information, case files or records, interviews and records of interviews, etc., shall not be subject to discovery/subpoena/subpoena duces tecum and shall not be admissible as evidence in any court of law in this state. The information described in this subdivision shall be subje

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School districts may release information from pupil records to: (1) Appropriate persons in connection with an emergency as necessary to protect the health or safety of a pupil or other persons; (2) agencies or organizations in connection with the application of a pupil for, or receipt of, financial aid, as necessary; (3) the county elections official to identify pupils eligible to register to vote; (4) accrediting associations to carry out their accrediting functions; (5) organizations conducting studies for educational agencies or institutions, if the studies are conducted in a manner that will not permit the personal identification of pupils or their parents by persons other than representatives of the organizations and the information will be destroyed when no longer needed for the purpose for which it is obtained; (6) officials and employees of private schools or school systems where the pupil is enrolled or intends to enroll.

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This law exempts indices of birth, death and marriage records from disclosure under the Public Records Act. The State Registrar may release comprehensive birth, death, and nonconfidential marriage record indices to a government agency. The State Registrar is required to establish separate non-comprehensive indices for public release. Requesters of the indices must provide proof of identity and sign a form certifying that they will comply with prescribed usage guidelines. The State Registrar shall also prepare and maintain separate noncomprehensive indices of all California birth, death and nonconfidential marriage records for purposes of law enforcement or preventing fraud.

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The local health officer may notify a person reasonably thought to be the patient's spouse, a person reasonably believed to be the patient's sexual partner, or a person reasonably believed to have shared hypodermic needles with the patient about their HIV exposure without disclosing identifying information about the individual or the physician making the report. All records of such contact shall be destroyed after notification. (e) All information about the identity of the person tested and the identities of persons contacted shall be confidential as long as records are maintained.

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The information in the written record of an assisted oocyte production (AOP) research program or project shall not disclose personally identifiable information about subjects and shall be deemed confidential. The information shall be reported to the State Department of Public Health, which shall aggregate the data and make if available to the public in a way that does not reveal personally identifiable information about the subjects pursuant to the Public Records Act.

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Safe-surrender site personnel must ensure a medical screening exam and any necessary medical care is provided to child and notify child protective services within 48 hours of obtaining physical custody of the child, and provide any medical information obtained pertinent to the child's health. No consent is required to provide the child with medical care. Any personal identifying information that pertains to a parent or individual who surrenders a child is confidential and shall be exempt from disclosure by child protective services under the Public Records Act but the parent or relative may be contacted in the event the child suffers a life-threatening event that could benefit from a relative participating in the treatment.

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Every general acute care hospital and ambulatory surgery clinic shall file a data record with the Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development for each ambulatory surgery performed. This information is confidential and identifiable patient data shall be exempt from the Public Records Act.

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