1- information for background checks: this is vague, depends on the information and where that information comes from.
2- health insurance information available: this is contrary to ones right to privacy, an also puts doctors into servitude to the state, spying on their patients.
3- Interstate information exchange incentives. Sounds reasonable, but it depends on how this is done.
14- CDC tracking: the CDC already knows the contraindications of SSRI medication. Not unconstitutional as its written, just wanted the comment.
15- the tech is prohibitively expensive and barely effective...
16- doctors asking about guns... Drs are not spies for the government and should be focused on helping people.... And this threatens other rights.
So, there's a few of them that are clearly unconstitutional, some that depends on how it's done, and all the rest are completely ineffective and will do nothing but make it harder for good people to get guns for their own legitimate uses.
Also, since virtually every human trait has a psychological designation, it's possible to deem seeking gun ownership as a psychological disorder that as reason to deny access to a gun.