These restrictions also apply to routine medical examinations of employees made in the regular course of their employment, creating a dilemma for employers who process employee medical examination data through their personnel. The intent of the ADA is to deny information about disabilities to persons involved in employee hiring and retention. This would seem to require that the occupational medicine department, or the examining physician, maintain and disperse this information in accordance with restrictions in the ADA and its regulations.
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