Sec. 3 . (a) The following persons shall report to the state department each case of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, including each confirmed case of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS):
(1) A licensed physician.
(2) A hospital licensed under IC 16-21.
(3) A medical laboratory.
(4) The department of correction.
The report must comply with rules adopted by the state department.
(b) The records of the state department must indicate, if known:
(1) whether the individual had undergone any blood transfusions before being diagnosed as having AIDS or HIV infection;
(2) the place the transfusions took place;
(3) the blood center that furnished the blood; and
(4) any other known risk factors.
(c) A case report concerning HIV infection that does not involve a confirmed case of AIDS submitted to the state department under this section that involves an individual:
(1) enrolled in a formal research project for which a written study protocol has been filed with the state department;
(2) who is tested anonymously at a designated counseling or testing site; or
(3) who is tested by a health care provider permitted by rule by the state department to use a number identifier code;
may not include the name or other identifying characteristics of the individual tested.
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