A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: school officials and employees of the district, members of a school attendance review board, and certain volunteer aides; officials and employees of other public schools or school systems; authorized representatives of the U.S.
For a child in a state-funded preschool or infant and toddler program who will be transferring to a local public school, the preschool/program shall provide information including child's health background to parent/guardian. With the permission of the parent or guardian, information will be transferred to the pupil's elementary school.
The treatment plan of a minor for drug and alcohol abuse shall include the involvement of the minor's parent or guardian, if appropriate, as determined by the professional person or treatment facility treating the minor.
When a parent or legal guardian has sought the medical care and counseling for a drug- or alcohol-related problem of a minor child, the physician shall disclose medical information concerning the care to the minor's parent or legal guardian upon his or her request, even if the minor child does not consent to disclosure, without liability for the disclosure.
The laboratory that is storing a blood sample shall provide access to the blood sample only to (1) a person who has been adopted pursuant to this part, (2) the adoptive parent of a person under the age of 18 years, (3) the birth parents. No person other than the adoptive parent and the adopted child shall have access to the blood sample or any DNA test results related to the blood sample, unless the adoptive parent or the child authorizes another person or entity to have that access.
The State or local registrar, or county recorder, may supply to authorized representatives a certified copy of any birth, death, or marriage record, provided that the application is accompanied by a notarized statement sworn under penalty of perjury, that the requester is an authorized person.
Test results for AIDS, AIDS-related conditions, and other communicable diseases shall be sent to the designated recipients with a confidentiality disclaimer: "Medical information regarding the HIV, hepatitis B, or hepatitis C status of the source patient shall be kept confidential and may not be further disclosed, except as otherwise authorized by law.” The exposed individual shall also be informed of the penalties for disclosure for which he or she would be personally liable.
Mental health care patients discharged from a facility, and the patient's conservator, guardian, or other legally authorized representative, shall receive an aftercare plan. Plan must include nature of illness and medication. Patient can designate another person to receive copy of plan.
(c) The patient shall be informed of requirements of continuing health care following discharge. Patient may request that friends or family be given this information. (d) Patients transferred to another facility must be accompanied by a transfer summary. Such summary should include medical information related to the patient's diagnosis, treatment, and medications. The patient or his representative shall be given a copy of the summary transfer.