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All licensed adoption agencies shall devise a plan for effective and discreet transmission to adoptees or prospective adoptive parents of pertinent medical information reported to the department or the licensed adoption agency, upon the request of the person reporting the medical information.

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An agency may not place a child for adoption unless a written report on the child's medical background (including current medical reports on the child) has been submitted to the prospective adoptive parents and they have acknowledged in writing the receipt of the report.

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Agency assessment of foster parents applying for adoption shall include certification that adults have been tested for communicable tuberculosis.

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[Outside of a private adoption agency] a child may not be placed for independent adoption unless the Department or delegated county adoption agency prepares a written report on the child's medical background, including current medical reports on the child, and it has been submitted to the prospective adoptive parents and they have acknowledged in writing the receipt of the report.

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An agency may not place a child for intercountry adoption unless a written report on the child's medical background (including current medical reports on the child, has been submitted to the prospective adoptive parents and they have acknowledged in writing the receipt of the report.

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Court may set aside decree or order of adoption upon evidence of developmental disability or mental illness of the child prior to adoption.

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The department or adoption agency that made a medical report shall provide a copy of the medical report to any of the listed persons upon the person's request.

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The second section of a certificate of live birth, the electronic file information collected under 102426, and the second section of a certificate of fetal death under 103025 shall be confidential. Access to such confidential information is limited to department staff, local registrar's staff, local health department if approved by registrar county coroner, persons with valid scientific interest as determined by State Registrar, the parent signing the certificate, person named on certificate, person petitioning adoption. The department shall maintain a record of person allowed access to such confidential information.

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(c) An insurance plan that provides coverage to the dependents of the subscriber or the subscriber's spouse must immediately offer accident and sickness coverage to any adopted minor child from the date the adoptive child's birth parent or other legal authority signs a written document (including a health facility minor release report, a medical authorization form, or a relinquishment form) granting the subscriber or spouse the right to control health care for the adoptive child; or, absent this written document, on the date there exists evidence of the subscriber's or spouse's right to control the health care of the child placed for adoption. No insurance plan can include an exemption to this requirement.

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(c) In the case of tribal customary adoption, an evaluation of the prospective adoptive parents shall be conducted, including an evaluation of their biological, psychological, and health information. An adoption agency may not place a child for tribal customary adoption unless a written report on the medical and psychological background of the child and, if available, the medical background on the child's biological parents, has been supplied to the parents.

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