If the medical examination and competent medical opinion show that a state service member is incapacitated physically or mentally and is eligible to retire for disability, the Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System shall immediately retire the member for disability, unless the member can be retired for service.
The Board of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System may require any recipient of a disability retirement to undergo medical examination in considering a petition for reinstatement from retirement.
Applicant's failure to meet physical standards for employment requires the waiver of rights to disability retirement; reversal of this waiver requires submission of a physician's report concerning the condition for which such a waiver was required.
If the medical examination does not show to the satisfaction of the county retirement board that the member is incapacitated physically or mentally and the member's application is denied on this ground, the board shall give notice of such denial to the employer.
When in possession of the local agency, applications, claims and individual records of persons entitled to local government group insurance benefits shall confidential and may not be disclosed to anyone except to the extent expressly authorized in such application, claims, policies or plans or by court order
Every physician and surgeon must immediately report in writing to the local health officer the name, date of birth, and address of every patient of 14 years or older diagnosed with a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness. If the physician and surgeon reasonably believe that the reporting of a patient will serve the public interest, she may report a patient's condition even if it may not be required under the DMV's definition of disorders characterized by lapses of consciousness.
The local health officer must report in writing to the Department of Motor Vehicles the name, age, and address of every person reported to it as a case of a disorder characterized by lapses of consciousness.
A person who seeks an identification card for medical marijuana must provide the following information to the county health department, including the person's name, proof of residency in the county, written documentation by the attending physician in the person's medical records showing diagnosis of a serious medical condition and that medical use of marijuana is appropriate.
Persons who possess a medical marijuana identification card must notify the county health department within seven days of any change in the designated primary care giver and annually update their information including annually submit updated written documentation of the their serious medical condition. The attending physician shall confirm or deny the accuracy of the contents of the medical record.
Penalties shall apply to persons who fraudulently represent a medical condition to a physician, county health department, or state or local law enforcement for the purpose of falsely obtaining a medical marijuana identification card or a person who breaches confidentiality requirements in information provided to or contained within the county health department pertaining to the identification card program.