SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISE, LESSON 2
2. Medical records containing defense information.
Individuals in the Nuclear Surety Program.
3. When the physician deems that it could adversely affect the patient's physical or
mental health. (para 2-5d)
6. To Federal government making official requests.
To state and local governments.
To Federal hospitals, state hospitals, and penal institutions.
To accredited research institutions with approval of the Army Surgeon General.
To law enforcement agencies.
To requestors in connection with Congressional inquiries.
To legal officer in connection with collection of Government claims.
8. DA Form 4254-R, Request for Private Medical Information. (para 2-5b(1))
10. Laws of the state in which the medical records are located; AR 40-66.
11. Urgent cases such as rape, child abuse, death, or assault. (para 2-5b(1))
12. With a conspicuous strip of tape on the empty block of the lower right edge of
13. The patient be protected as much as possible. (para 2-4a)