Colorado's Electronic Prescription Drug Monitoring Program ("PDMP")
Statutory Cite:Next Due Date:Frequency:Report Status:
12-42.5-405 (2)Jan 30, 2018AnnualOngoing
HB 16-1192
HB 12-1311 HB 05-1130
12-42.5-405. Prescription drug monitoring fund - creation - gifts, grants, and donations - fee.

(2) After implementing the program, the board shall seek gifts, grants, and donations on an annual basis for the purpose of maintaining the program. The board shall report annually to the health and human services committee of the senate and the health and environment committee of the house of representatives, or any successor committees, regarding the gifts, grants, and donations requested, of whom they were requested,
and the amounts received.

12-42.5-405 (2)       12-22-706(3)
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