(1) If a person who is 12 years of age or older is admitted to a general acute hospital
for poisoning or overdose involving a prescribed controlled substance, the general
acute hospital shall, within three business days after the day on which the person
is admitted, send a written report to the Division of Occupational and Professional
Licensing, created in Section 58-1-103, that includes:
(a) the patient's name and date of birth;
(b) each drug or other substance found in the person's system that may have contributed
to the poisoning or overdose, if known;
(c) the name of each person who the general acute hospital has reason to believe may
have prescribed a controlled substance described in Subsection (1)(b) to the person,
if known; and
(d) the name of the hospital and the date of admission.
(2) Nothing in this section may be construed as creating a new cause of action.
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