When a local health officer is notified of an illness that can be transmitted by food in a food facility or by an employee of a food facility, the local health officer shall inform the local enforcement agency. The local health officer or the local enforcement agency, or both, shall notify the person in charge of the food facility and shall investigate conditions and may, after the investigation, take appropriate action, and for reasonable cause, require a medical evaluation of any employee, including any laboratory test or procedure, that may be indicated.
The State Department of Public Health or any entity funded by the Breast Cancer Control Program shall collect personal and medical information from any individual applying for services under the program. The information shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed other than for purposes directly connected with the administration of this program or except as otherwise provided by law or pursuant to prior written consent of the subject of the information.
Every person with a sexually transmitted disease must give all information required under this chapter, including the name and address of any person they may have contracted the disease from and any person they may have transmitted the disease to.
State or local health agencies may disclose personally identifying information in public health records to other local, state, or federal public health agencies or medical researchers, when such confidential information is necessary to carry out the duties of the agency or researcher as determined by the state or local health agency .
An agency possessing immunization information listed in (c)(1) to (9), if planning to disclose information to an immunization system, shall inform the patient that: the information may be shared, information shared will be treated as confidential, the patient has the right to examine any information shared and correct errors, the patient or their parent or guardian may refuse to allow the information to be shared.