2009 California Civil Code - Section 56.25 :: Chapter 4. Relationship Of Chapters 2 And 3

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 56.25

56.25.  (a) An employer that is a provider of health care shall not
be deemed to have violated Section 56.20 by disclosing, in accordance
with Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 56.10), medical information
possessed in connection with providing health care services to the
provider's patients.
   (b) An employer shall not be deemed to have violated Section 56.20
because a provider of health care that is an employee or agent of
the employer uses or discloses, in accordance with Chapter 2
(commencing with Section 56.10), medical information possessed by the
provider in connection with providing health care services to the
provider's patients.
   (c) A provider of health care that is an employer shall not be
deemed to have violated Section 56.10 by disclosing, in accordance
with Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 56.20), medical information
possessed in connection with employing the provider's employees.
Information maintained by a provider of health care in connection
with employing the provider's employees shall not be deemed to be
medical information for purposes of Chapter 3 (commencing with
Section 56.20), unless it would be deemed medical information if
received or maintained by an employer that is not a provider of
health care.

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