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Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 331.533 - Confidentiality

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A review entity must keep confidential the identity of any individual “studied” while carrying out their functions; the individual’s name and address cannot appear in any records, reports, findings, or conclusions that are published or released to the public. A review entity’s records, reports, findings, and conclusions are also confidential. These documents are not subject to discovery and are not admissible as evidence during a civil or administrative proceeding.

Current as of June 2015