§ 23-6.3-14. Reporting and notification of HIV/AIDS.
(a) Except in the case of anonymous HIV testing, a diagnosis of HIV or AIDS shall be notifiable and reportable to the department by name.
The following shall be reported to the department:
(1) A diagnosis of HIV, according to the most current CDC case definition of HIV.
(2) A diagnosis of AIDS, according to the most recent CDC case definition of AIDS.
(3) A positive ELISA result of any HIV test and/or other FDA approved test indicative of the presence of HIV.
(4) Notification of a perinatal exposure to HIV shall be made to the department regardless of confirmatory testing. A perinatal case report for HIV shall be indicated by two (2) positive polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests; /( 18 months; and/or other U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved tests that indicate the presence of HIV in pediatric cases.
(b) The following persons shall report information required by this section to the department:
(1) A health care provider who diagnoses or treats HIV/AIDS;
(2) The administrator of a health care facility as defined in Chapter 23-17 who diagnoses or treats HIV/AIDS; or
(3) The administrator of a prison in which there is an HIV/AIDS infected individual or perinatal exposure to HIV/AIDS.
(c) A person responsible for the administration of a clinical or hospital laboratory, blood bank, mobile unit, or other facility in which a laboratory examination of any specimen derived from a human body yields serological, or other evidence of HIV/AIDS, including perinatal exposure to HIV/AIDS shall notify the department in a timely manner.
(d) All positive HIV test results shall be confirmed with a Western Blot or other FDA approved confirmatory test.
(P.L. 2009, ch. 196, § 1; P.L. 2009, ch. 289, § 1.)