Confidentiality of information
- permissible disclosure.
1.As otherwise provided in NRS 439.538.
2.For statistical purposes, provided that the identity of the person is not discernible from the information disclosed.
3.In a prosecution for a violation of this chapter.
4.In a proceeding for an injunction brought pursuant to this chapter.
5.In reporting the actual or suspected abuse or neglect of a child or elderly person.
6.To any person who has a medical need to know the information for his or her own protection or for the well-being of a patient or dependent person, as determined by the health authority in accordance with regulations of the Board.
7.If the person who is the subject of the information consents in writing to the disclosure.
8.Pursuant to subsection 4 of NRS 441A.320 or NRS 629.069.
9.If the disclosure is made to the Department of Health and Human Services and the person about whom the disclosure is made has been diagnosed as having acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or an illness related to the human immunodeficiency virus and is a recipient of or an applicant for Medicaid.
10.To a firefighter, police officer or person providing emergency medical services if the Board has determined that the information relates to a communicable disease significantly related to that occupation. The information must be disclosed in the manner prescribed by the Board.
11.If the disclosure is authorized or required by NRS 239.0115 or another specific statute.
Section 441A.220 — Confidentiality of information; permissible disclosure.,