Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued this executive order in 2017 requiring multiple health care institutions and providers to report opioid related incidents to the state. Entities were required to report suspected opioid overdoses, suspected opioid deaths, naloxone doses dispensed, naloxone does administered, and the incidence of neonatal opioid withdrawal or neonatal abstinence syndrome. The executive order also requires information sharing between law enforcement, health and medical boards, health care institutions, and state agencies including the state’s health information exchange.
Funding Source: Arizona Governor’s Office
State of Arizona Executive Order: Enhanced Surveillance Advisory
2017 executive order from Arizona's governor requiring enhanced data reporting on opioid issues