Information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system is generally confidential, but may be disclosed to the board and its officers and employees of the system, and any person authorized by the Legislature to make inspections.
Each drug discount agreement shall permit a manufacturer to audit claims for the drugs the manufacturer provides under the program. Information disclosed to manufacturers must comply with all privacy laws to protect a program participant's health information.
Medical records may be obtained in accordance with Unemp. Ins. Code 1095 [e.g. to properly present a claim for benefits; enable state or local governmental departments or agencies to seek criminal, civil, or administrative remedies in connection with the unlawful application for, or receipt of, relief; etc] and should not be made available public in a manner that would reveal individual identities.
Information contained in a physician's certificate submitted to show the disability of the individual issued special license plates may be disclosed if requested by local law enforcement agencies or other local or state parking enforcement agencies. Such information shall not be disclosed to private or third-party parking citation processing agency. If there is a local review board any findings made by them may be disclosed to the department or other appropriate authorities for further review.
The DMV shall make any information contained in a physician's certificate supporting a disability of an applicant for disabled person's parking privileges available to a requesting law enforcement agency or agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of parking regulations. Such information shall not be disclosed to private or third-party parking citation processing agencies. Boards established by local authorities may review the requested information.
All applications and records for any public social services which grants-in-aid are received shall be confidential, unless otherwise excepted in this section. Such information is only open to examination for purposes directly connected to the administration of the program, or any investigation, prosecution, or criminal or civil proceeding connected to the administration of any such program. Disclosure of information that identifies by name or address of any applicant for or recipient of grants-in-aid to any committee or legislative body is prohibited except as listed.
Confidential information as listed under Welfare and Institutions Code 14100.2(b) must be disclosed to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee and the State Auditor. The LAC and the State Auditor may use the information for the purposes of auditing or investigating the Medi-Cal program, Chapter 8, or 8.7. In the event of such authorized disclosures the information shall not be used for commercial or political purposes and the identity of applicants and recipients shall not be disclosed, except in criminal or civil proceeding connected with the administration of the Medi-Cal program.
County board of supervisors shall investigate every application for relief from county funds, shall supervise every person receiving relief through periodic visitation, and shall establish ways to bring such persons to self-support, and shall maintain full and complete records of such. The records are confidential and only open to examination or inspection by the county grand jury or persons supervising or directing that relief or with the control of expenditure of funds pertaining to relief.
In order to determine medical issues in regards to workers' compensation, the parties may submit the following to an agreed upon medical evaluator: records from the treating physicians), medical records relevant to determining the medical issue. The medical evaluator must prepare a report and indicate all information received, all information reviewed for the report, and all information relied upon in forming her opinion.