(A) Any clinical laboratory that performs any analysis of human blood on a child under sixteen years of age and residing in Ohio to detect or determine levels of lead shall collect and report to the director all of the following information on a form prescribed by the director:
(1) Child's name and parent's or guardian's name;
(2) Child's street and mailing address, including the city, state, county and zip code;
(3) Child's social security number, date of birth, gender, race and ethnicity;
(4) Telephone number, with area code, where the parents or guardians can be reached;
(5) Specimen matrix (blood);
(6) Analyte (lead);
(7) Procedure used to obtain the specimen and the date it was obtained;
(8) Physician's or healthcare provider's first name, last name, address, telephone number, and national provider identifier, if applicable;
(9) Child's medicaid number, if any;
(10) Clinical laboratory improvement amendments of 1998 (CLIA) number of the laboratory performing the analysis; and
(11) The accession number, the date the sample was analyzed, and the test result in micrograms per deciliter.
(B) Any physician or healthcare provider requesting analysis of blood of a child under sixteen years of age and residing in Ohio to detect or determine levels of lead shall complete each request for analysis with the information required in paragraphs (A)(1) to (A)(9) of this rule of the Administrative Code.
(C) The clinical laboratory analyzing human blood to detect or determine levels of lead shall report the information required in paragraphs (A)(1) to (A)(11) of this rule, to the director in a format prescribed by the director by electronic transfer, unless otherwise authorized by the director. All electronic transfers of information shall be to the director within seven calendar days of obtaining the result.
(D) The director shall forward any test result required to be reported by a clinical laboratory which indicates the presence of lead in any child under sixteen years of age and residing in Ohio to the appropriate local board of health approved by the director pursuant to section 3742.34 of the Revised Code within fifteen calendar days of receiving the information.
(E) The director shall place all results of a child's blood lead analysis on the state's immunization registry.
(F) Any clinical laboratory that performs any analysis of human blood to detect or determine levels of lead in a person sixteen years of age or older and residing in Ohio shall comply with the requirements in rule 3701-32-14 of the Administrative Code.