If the medical examination does not show to the satisfaction of the county retirement board that the member is incapacitated physically or mentally and the member's application is denied on this ground, the board shall give notice of such denial to the employer.
Every physician and surgeon must immediately report in writing to the local health officer the name, date of birth, and address of every patient of 14 years or older diagnosed with a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness. If the physician and surgeon reasonably believe that the reporting of a patient will serve the public interest, she may report a patient's condition even if it may not be required under the DMV's definition of disorders characterized by lapses of consciousness.
The local health officer must report in writing to the Department of Motor Vehicles the name, age, and address of every person reported to it as a case of a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness.
The Department of Motor Vehicles may cancel the certificate or endorsement of any driver for certain specified vehicles (e.g. farm vehicles, school buses, etc) who fails to meet any of the requirements for issuance or retention of the certificate or endorsement, including, submission of an acceptable medical report.
Formerly classified disabled persons that become ineligible for benefits due to substantial gainful activity but still continue to suffer from impairments are considered disabled under this chapter and eligible for health care benefits and services. The determination of continued impairments and the need for benefits and services shall be supported by a medical report to be prepared at the expense of Department of Social Services.
A non-contract hospital providing emergency services to a Medi-Cal recipient and subsequently seeking reimbursement must provide a statement from the attending physician which includes: the nature of the emergency or life threatening condition inclusive of relevant clinical information, why the patient could not be stabilized and transferred to a contracting hospital and why the emergency services given were considered immediately required, and the signature of the physician.
Renewal of nonemergency medical transportation services will be approved for up to one year if the patient received such services for the preceding 12 months, the renewal request is accompanied by a physician certification that the patient's condition is not likely to improve during such period, and the department finds the service is a medical necessity.
The department shall determine whether an eligible pupil needs medically necessary occupational therapy or physical therapy. A medical referral shall be based on a written report from a licensed physician or surgeon who has examined the pupil. The written report shall include relevant medical records.
The physician and surgeon reports (of every patient 14 years or older diagnosed with a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness) shall be for the informational purposes of the Department of Motor Vehicles enforcement of the Vehicle Code, and shall be kept confidential and used solely for the purpose of determining the eligibility of any person to operate a motor vehicle on the highways of this state.