If only recorded and stored electronically, on magnetic media, or in any other computerized form, the pharmacy's computer system shall not permit the received information or the dangerous drug or dangerous device dispensing information required by this section to be changed, obliterated, destroyed, or disposed of, for the records maintenance period required by law once the information has been received by the pharmacy and once the dangerous drug or dangerous device has been dispensed.
A hospital having five or more physicians must adopt certain rules, including (1) periodic review of clinical experience based on medical records of patients; and (2) maintenance of adequate and accurate medical records.
Agencies shall maintain records with accuracy, relevance, timeliness, and completeness to the maximum extent possible when records are used to make a determination about the individual. When records are transferred outside of state government, the agency shall update, correct, withhold, or delete any inaccurate or untimely portion of the record.
Each agency shall permit an individual to request in writing an amendment of a record and, shall within 30 days of the request, make each correction or inform the individual of its refusal to amend the record in accordance with the request.
Each agency shall permit any individual who disagrees with the refusal of the agency to amend a record to request a review of such refusal If, after such review, the reviewing official refuses to amend the record in accordance with the request, the agency shall permit the individual to file with the agency a statement of reasonable length setting forth the reasons for the individual's disagreement.
The agency, with respect to any disclosure containing information about which the individual has filed a statement of disagreement, shall clearly note any portion of the record which is disputed and make available the statement and ... the reasons of the agency for not making the amendment.
After reviewing a pupil's record, the parent or guardian of the pupil may challenge the content of the record on the basis that it is: 1) Inaccurate; (2) An unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference; (3) A conclusion or inference outside of the observer's area of competence; (4) Not based on the personal observation of a named person with the time and place of the observation noted; (5) Misleading; (6) In violation of the privacy or other rights of the pupil.
If the school district superintendent denies the allegations, the pupil's parent may appeal to the school district's governing board. Administrative proceeding records regarding the appeal shall be confidential and destroyed one year after the governing board makes a decision.