Whenever a pilot is prescribed or stops using either a new dosage of a medication or a new medication, the pilot must submit that information within 10 days to the physician appointed by the Board of Pilot Commissioners who has the pilot's prescribed medication list (that was previously submitted to the same Board of Pilot Commissioners appointed physician for the pilot's physical examination determining fitness for duty). Whenever the physician receives the updated information, the physician must determine whether the medication change affects the pilot's fitness for duty.
The Veterinary Medical Board has the authority to place a licensee or registrant on probation. The board may require the licensee or registrant to submit to a complete diagnostic examination by board-appointed physicians. Accordingly, if the board requires a licensee or registrant to submit to that examination, the board shall receive and consider any other report of a complete diagnostic examination given by physicians chosen by the licensee or registrant.
In reinstating a license or registration that has been revoked or suspended, the Veterinary Medical Board may impose terms and conditions to be followed by the licensee or registrant after the license or registration has been reinstated. This includes requiring the licensee or registrant to submit to a complete diagnostic examination by board-appointed physicians. If the board requires the licensee or registrant to submit to that examination, the board shall receive and consider any other report of a complete diagnostic examination given by physicians chosen by the licensee or registrant.
If information filed with state teachers' retirement system is detrimental to the member, then it shall be held confidential except it may be disclosed to a physician or psychologist authorized by the retirement plan member.
The information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system in a beneficiary designation form may be released after the death of the member or participant to those persons who may provide information necessary for the distribution of benefits.
Information filed with the state teachers’ retirement system is generally confidential, but may be disclosed to the board and its officers and employees of the system, and any person authorized by the Legislature to make inspections.
On receipt of an application for disability allowance, the State Teachers' Retirement System may order a medical examination of a member to determine whether the member is incapacitated for performance of service. The medical examination shall be conducted by a physician selected by the Teachers' Retirement Board, with expertise in the member's disability. If the member refuses to submit to the required medical examination, the application for disability allowance shall be rejected.