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32-4259 - Access to information; confidential information; display of license
32-4259. Access to information; confidential information; display of license
A. Any person has access to the following information:
1. A list of licensees that includes the licensee's place of practice, license number, date of license expiration and status of license.
2. A list of official actions taken by the board.
B. Unless they are the only address and telephone number available, the home address and home telephone number of a massage therapist are not public records and the board shall keep this information confidential.
C. Except in the course of a board investigation, information pertaining to the relationship between the massage therapist and a person treated by the massage therapist is confidential and may not be communicated to a third party who is not involved in that person's care without that person's prior written consent. If the person is a minor, the person's parent or guardian must also give written consent to these communications.
D. The massage therapist must divulge to the board information it requires in connection with any investigation, public hearing or proceeding, including information that is otherwise confidential pursuant to this section.
E. The privilege established by this section does not extend to cases in which the massage therapist has a duty to report information as required by law.
F. The board shall provide access to the application, license, investigation and discipline files maintained by the board to law enforcement agencies and other regulatory agencies of this state.
G. Each licensee shall display a copy of the licensee's license or current renewal verification in an establishment, location or setting that is accessible to public view at each location at which the licensee practices massage therapy.