5. PATIENT RECORDS AND DISCLOSURE INFORMATION The independent contractor shall establish and maintain medical records that coincide with the medical services it provides under this Agreement, in accordance with usual medical practices and as required by the contracting authority. All medical records and histories remain the property of the hospital or sponsor at all times. It shall contain all records and information which are held by the contracting entity and the independent contractor, which are the property of a hospital and for which the contracting entity has assumed temporary or permanent retention. Unless required by law, the independent contractor may not present any person or organization that is not authorized by the procuring entity, unless this is done in strict accordance with medical ethics and the relevant rules, which are announced from time to time by the board of directors or the officer of the principal. Therefore, the independent contractor agrees that it will not communicate or communicate any information about the contractor to other natural or legal persons for other purposes during the term of its employment, including the use of such information by the independent contractor itself for the purposes of employment or the practice of medicine, except for the contracting entity, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. It goes without saying that the prohibitions set out in the preceding paragraphs do not apply to medical reports on patients for the purpose of consultation with other physicians for the well-being and care of patients, claims related to accidents or disabilities of the patient or other legitimate links for the promotion of the activities of the payer and the well-being of his patients or his contractual relationship with a hospital. . . .