No person shall dispense, dangerous drugs or dangerous devices on the Internet to any person in California without prescription based on an examination, if the dispenser either knew or reasonably should have known that the prescription was not issued pursuant to a good faith prior examination of a human or animal, or if the person or entity did not act in accordance with Section 1761 of Title 16 of the California Code of Regulations.
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.
Limited by state and federal law and regulations limiting disclosure, local health departments and the State Department may share (c) information with any entity designated by federal or state law to receive such information. The State Department of Health Services may enter into written agreements to share confidential information with other states for the listed purposes and use of information must be limited to such purposes. Information may not be shared under this subdivision if the patient or patient's guardian refuses to allow the sharing of immunization information under (e) [i.e.
The Medical Board may propose a registration program to permit the practice of medicine across state lines. The program may include standards for confidentiality, format, and retention of medical records, as well as access to medical records by the board.
Out-of-state pharmacies doing business in California must keep records of controlled substances or dangerous devices dispensed to patients so that the records are readily retrievable from the records of other drugs dispensed. These pharmacies must comply with requests for information from the appropriate California regulatory agency and the oversight agency in the pharmacy's home state.
All nonresident pharmacies must comply with lawful requests for information from the regulatory/licensing agency of the state in which it is licensed and with requests from the board. All nonresident pharmacies must maintain records of controlled substances and dangerous drugs or devices dispensed to California patients and such records must be readily retrievable.
In order to obtain and maintain a registration, in-state or out-of-state telephone medical advice services shall comply with the requirements established by the Department of Consumer Affairs. The service providers must maintain records of telephone medical advice services provided to California patients [e.g. oral or written transcripts of all medical advice conversations with the health care service plan's enrollees or subscribers in California] and records of complaints, for at least five years.