The enactment of AB 211 establishes the California Office of Health Information Integrity (CalOHII) to ensure the enforcement of state law mandating the confidentiality of medical information and to impose administrative fines for the unauthorized use of medical information. CalOHII may also recommend further action be taken by various agencies or entities to impose administrative fines, civil penalties, or other disciplinary actions against persons or entities that violate state confidentiality of medical information laws. AB 211 grants CalOHII the authority to adopt, amend, or repeal such rules and regulations as may be reasonable and proper to carry out the purposes and intent of the bill.
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