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Disclosure of individually identifiable medical record information with malicious intent prohibited. Penalty - Conn. Gen. Stat. § 38a-999a

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Connecticut prohibits persons from disclosing individually identifiable medical records information “with the malicious intent to damage an individual’s reputation or character.” Persons that violate this section face a $500 maximum fine or a 3 month maximum imprisonment for their first offense; additional offenses carry a $2000 maximum fine and/or a 1 year maximum imprisonment. 

Current as of June 2015