The California Board of Occupational Therapy may deny or discipline a licensee for falsifying or making grossly incorrect, grossly inconsistent, or unintelligible entries in a patient or hospital record or any other record.
The California Board of Occupational Therapy may deny or discipline a licensee for failing to maintain confidentiality of patient medical information, except as disclosure is otherwise permitted or required by law.
The Board of Behavioral Sciences may deny, suspend or revoke the license of a licensed educational psychologist if he or she has been guilty of unprofessional conduct. Except as otherwise required or permitted by law, unprofessional conduct includes failing to maintain confidentiality of all information that has been received from a client in confidence during the course of treatment and all information about the client that is obtained from tests or other means.
A licensed dentist who fails to release the dental records of a patient (accompanied by that patient's written authorization for release of record to the board) within 15 days of receiving the request and authorization, shall pay to the board a civil penalty unless the licensee is unable to provide the documents within this time period for good cause.