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58 Pa. Code § 188.5. Confidentiality.

§ 188.5. Confidentiality.

 (a)  Permitted disclosures. Information received in the process of obtaining a urine sample, including, but not limited to, medical information, the results of a urine test and reports filed as a result of attending a treatment program, will be treated as confidential, except for use with respect to a ruling issued under this chapter, or an administrative or judicial hearing with regard to the ruling. Access to the information received or reports of positive results or reports from a treatment program will be limited to the Commissioners, the Executive Secretary or a designee, counsel for the Commission and the tested individual. Nothing in this section prohibits the disclosure of a fine, suspension or revocation imposed on a licensee under this chapter.

 (b)  Storage and retention of information. Information received and reports prepared under this chapter will be stored in a locked, secure area in the office of the Executive Secretary for 1 year, after which time they will be destroyed. However, the Commission may maintain the information received and reports on individuals who have violated this chapter for the purpose of recording the number of violations and the results of treatment, and for use if future violations occur.



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