For purposes of California's adoption of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, "educational records" means: those official records, files, and data directly related to a student and maintained by the school or local education agency, including records encompassing all the material kept in the student's cumulative folder such as general identifying data and health data.
Simultaneous with the enrollment and conditional placement of the student, the school in the receiving state shall request the student's official education record from the school in the sending state. Upon receipt of this request, the school in the sending state will process and furnish the official education records to the school in the receiving state within ten (10) days or within such time as is reasonably determined under the rules promulgated by the Interstate Commission to the extent practicable in each case.
Any information of a personal nature disclosed by a student 12 years of age or older in the process of receiving counseling from a school counselor is confidential, except to avert a clear and present danger to the health, safety, or welfare of the student or another person
Access to community college student records permitted for emergency if necessary to protect the health or safety of a student or other persons, or subject to any regulations issued by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.
A child shall be exempt from Chapter 1 immunization requirements if their parent files with a written statement by a licensed physician that the child's condition makes immunization unsafe. The physician shall indicate the specific nature and estimated duration of the medical condition that contraindicate immunization.
A health care service plan must authorize or deny a second opinion from another health professional upon the request from an enrollee or health professional treating an enrollee. The health professional providing the second opinion must provide the enrollee and the initial health professional with a consultation report.
Confidential medical information may be shared between the home health agency and the residential care facility for the elderly relative to the client's medical condition and the care and treatment provided to the client by the home health agency.
Disability insurers may establish reasonable requirements for the participating obstetrician and gynecologist or the family practice physician and surgeon, to communicate with the policyholder's primary care physician regarding the policyholder's condition, treatment, and any need for followup care.
If a family member or other designated person by the developmentally disabled resident requests and the resident authorizes, the facility shall inform the requester as to the resident's diagnosis, prognosis, medications prescribed, progress, and of any serious illness.
Upon the request by a patient's family member or other designated person, the treatment facility shall disclose the patient's diagnosis, prognosis, medications proscribed, and any progress patient makes, if the patient authorizes such disclosure when notified of the request. This section does not require the photocopying of patient medical records.