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When requested for the purpose of evaluating the performance of an emergency medical technician, mobile intensive care paramedic, or physician who provided emergency medical care or other assistance to a sick or injured person, a licensed physician, advanced nurse practitioner, or physician assistant may disclose to an emergency medical technician, a mobile intensive care paramedic, or physician the medical or hospital records of a sick or injured person to whom the paramedic, technician, or physician is providing or has rendered emergency medical care or assistance. However, the disclosing physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant shall limit disclosure under this section to the records that are considered necessary by the discloser for evaluation of the paramedic's, technician's, or physician's performance in providing the emergency medical care or assistance. A mobile intensive care paramedic, emergency medical care technician, or physician to whom confidential records are disclosed under this section may not further disclose the information to a person not entitled to receive that information under this section or another law.
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