New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law - PBH § 3352. Reports and records

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Persons certified pursuant to article thirty-two of the mental hygiene law to operate methadone maintenance treatment programs shall keep records showing the receipt, administration, dispensing, or destruction of all controlled substances and documenting each incident or alleged incident involving the theft, loss or possible diversion of controlled substances and shall maintain the records in such manner and detail as the commissioner, by regulation, shall require.

A person certified to conduct a maintenance program shall immediately file a report with the department of each incident or alleged incident involving the theft, loss or possible diversion of controlled substances.

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