When a person dies in custody of law enforcement or in prison, the agency must submit a report with certain information to the state attorney general. The report does not waive confidentiality of medical information.
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.
(1) It shall be the duty of the coroner to inquire into and determine the circumstances, manner, and cause of all violent, sudden, unattended, unusual or suspicious deaths. In cases where the coroner conducts an inquiry, the coroner or a deputy shall personally sign the certificate of death. If the death occurred in a state hospital, the coroner shall forward a copy of his or her report to the state agency responsible for the state hospital.
When a coroner reasonably suspects criminal conduct as a cause of death, the coroner shall notify law enforcement of the name of the deceased person and any medical information of the decedent that is directly related to the death. The report shall not include any information contained in the decedent's medical records regarding any other person unless that information is relevant and directly related to the decedent's death.
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.
A health benefit plan shall disclose to the Public Employees' Benefit System board the cost, utilization, actual claim payments, and contract allowance amounts for health care services rendered by participating hospitals to each member and annuitants; such disclosure shall be subject to the CMIA, and shall not include individual member or annuitant identifying information.