Each live birth, fetal death, death, and marriage shall be registered. A report of every judgment of dissolution of marriage, legal separation, or nullity decree shall be filed with the State Registrar.
Persons in charge of hospitals or other institutions where patients are admitted for treatment or confinement, must make a record of the patient's personal, medical, and other information adequate for the completion of a birth or death certificate.
Coroner must state the disease or condition directly leading to death, antecedent causes, other significant conditions contributing to death, and other required medical and health section data on the death certificate.
Within 3 days of examining the fetus, the coroner shall state on the fetal death certificate the time of fetal death or delivery, the direct causes of fetal death and any conditions giving rise to the causes, and other required medical health and section data. The coroner shall sign the certificate to attest to the facts.
The first section of the fetal death certificate must contain facts needed to establish death. The second section must contain items pertaining to medical and health data. The second section shall be kept confidential pursuant to 102430.
An order for a county or licensed hospital patient to use controlled substances shall be in writing on the patient's record, with the prescriber's signature, date, name and quantity of the controlled substance ordered and quantity actually administered. This record shall be maintained as a hospital record for a minimum of seven years.
An order for a patient in a clinic to use controlled substances shall be in writing on the patient's record, with the prescriber's signature, date, name and quantity of the controlled substance ordered and quantity actually administered. This record shall be maintained as a clinic record for a minimum of seven years.
Each prescription for a Schedule II, III, IV, or V controlled substance shall meet the following requirements, including the name and address of the person for whom the controlled substance is prescribed.
Every practitioner, other than a pharmacist, who prescribes or administers a Schedule II controlled substance shall make a record including the name and address of the patient, the date, character and quantity of the controlled substance. For prescriptions of Schedule II, III or IV controlled substances, the prescriber shall record and maintain information including the name, address and telephone number of the ultimate user.