The Act changes certain procedures applicable to requests to produce documents made to nonparties; provides that communications made to a clergyman by a person seeking counseling will be considered privileged communications; and includes medical records of hospital and health care facilities, including those operated by state agencies or other governmental units within the physician-patient privilege.
Georgia State University Law Review
"CIVIL PROCEDURE Production of Documents: Physician-Patient Privilege and Clergyman Privilege,"
Georgia State University Law Review:
2, Article 45.
Available at: http://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/gsulr/vol2/iss2/45