Individuals eligible to receive payments for in-home supportive services shall submit to a medical examination when requested to provide a report to support the need of in-home supportive care. The report shall be prepared at the expense of the Department of Social Services.
Formerly classified disabled persons that become ineligible for benefits due to substantial gainful activity but still continue to suffer from impairments are considered disabled under this chapter and eligible for in-home support services payments and shall support their need for in home services with a medical report to be prepared at the expense of Department of Social Services.
Formerly classified disabled persons that become ineligible for benefits due to substantial gainful activity but still continue to suffer from impairments are considered disabled under this chapter and eligible for health care benefits and services. The determination of continued impairments and the need for benefits and services shall be supported by a medical report to be prepared at the expense of Department of Social Services.
Access to information under Welfare and Institutions Code 14100.2(d) shall be permitted only to the extent and under the conditions provided by federal law and regulations governing the release of such information.
The agency charged with protecting and advocating the rights of persons with disabilities may investigate any reported incident of abuse or neglect if there is probable cause that it in fact occurred. The agency shall have access to the facility or program to examine relevant records and interview persons who may have knowledge of the alleged abuse or neglect. The agency shall have access to facilities and programs treating persons with disabilities and access to such persons.
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.
The physician and surgeon reports (of every patient 14 years or older diagnosed with a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness) shall be for the informational purposes of the Department of Motor Vehicles enforcement of the Vehicle Code, and shall be kept confidential and used solely for the purpose of determining the eligibility of any person to operate a motor vehicle on the highways of this state.