(a) The director shall maintain records of all proceedings before the panel, which
shall include the nature of the act or omissions alleged in the claim, a brief summary
of the evidence presented, the decision of the panel and any majority or minority
opinions filed. Except as otherwise required by law, any records which may identify any party to
the proceedings shall not be made public and are not subject to subpoena but are to
be used solely for the purpose of compiling statistical data and facilitating ongoing
studies of professional malpractice in this state.
(b) No panel member may be called to testify in any proceeding concerning the deliberations,
discussions, decisions and internal proceedings of the panel.
(c) The decision of the panel is not admissible as evidence in any action.
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