A licensing agency may order a licentiate to be examined by one or more physicians, surgeons or psychologists if the licentiate appears to be unable to practice his profession safely due to of an impairment caused by mental or physical illness. The examination report must be made available to the licentiate and may used as evidence in subsequent proceedings.
A peer review body investigating a physician and surgeon on the basis of information that the physician and surgeon's mental or physical condition poses a threat to patient care, must report to the diversion program of the Medical board the name of the physician and surgeon and notify the program when the investigation is complete.
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.
In any contested proceeding involving child custody or visitation rights, the court- appointed child custody evaluator shall file a written confidential report on his or her child custody evaluation, which may include health information.
Access to the registered information (including the identity of policyholders) shall be strictly limited to the department, with the exception that the Attorney General, a district attorney, or city attorney may be granted access upon request for the purpose of investigating or prosecuting suspected unlawful practices or for purposes of this article.
Reports shall not identify particular claims file; contents of individual claim files and auditor's working papers shall be confidential. Disclosure of claim information to the administrative director pursuant to an audit shall not waive the provisions of the Evidence Code relating to privilege.
If a person is granted formal probation for a crime of domestic violence, the probation department shall make an investigation and take into consideration such factors such as medical history. Such information shall be provided to the batterer's program as requested.
Upon parole of a domestic violence offender, the parole agent or officer shall conduct an initial assessment of the parolee, which information shall be provided to the batterer's program. The assessment shall include, but it not limited to, information like medical history and substance abuse history.
Upon receiving a petition for a pardon, the court may request records from prison psychiatrists and doctors who attended the petitioner while incarcerated. Parties holding the records shall make them available to the court.