2013 ORS § 676.609¹
Disclosure of records

(1) If the Health Licensing Office intends to disclose a record pursuant to ORS 676.608 (Investigative authority), the office shall:

(a) Send a notice of the intended disclosure to the person who is the subject of a complaint or an investigation by first class mail at least 14 days before the disclosure date; and

(b) Describe in the notice the type of record being disclosed in sufficient detail to allow the person who is the subject of a complaint or an investigation to understand the contents of the record that the office intends to disclose.

(2) The office shall disclose information obtained as part of an investigation of a person charged if another person requesting the information demonstrates by clear and convincing evidence that the public interest in disclosure outweighs other interests in nondisclosure, including but not limited to the public interest in nondisclosure. [2009 c.701 §2; 2013 c.568 §26]

Note: The amendments to 676.609 (Disclosure of records) by section 26, chapter 568, Oregon Laws 2013, become operative July 1, 2014. See section 142, chapter 568, Oregon Laws 2013, as amended by section 146, chapter 568, Oregon Laws 2013. The text that is operative until July 1, 2014, is set forth for the users convenience.

676.609 (Disclosure of records). (1) If the Oregon Health Licensing Agency intends to disclose a record pursuant to ORS 676.608 (Investigative authority), the agency shall:

(a) Send a notice of the intended disclosure to the person who is the subject of a complaint or an investigation by first class mail at least 14 days before the disclosure date; and

(b) Describe in the notice the type of record being disclosed in sufficient detail to allow the person who is the subject of a complaint or an investigation to understand the contents of the record that the agency intends to disclose.

(2) The agency shall disclose information obtained as part of an investigation of a person charged if another person requesting the information demonstrates by clear and convincing evidence that the public interest in disclosure outweighs other interests in nondisclosure, including but not limited to the public interest in nondisclosure.