§64-5-1. Bureau for Public Health.

     (a) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on August 31, 2012, authorized under the authority of section four, article one, chapter sixteen of this code, modified by the Department of Health and Human Resources to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on January 10, 2013, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (reportable diseases, events and conditions, 64 CSR 7), is authorized with the following amendments:

     On page twenty-four, subsection 9.1., by striking out the words "the reporting" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "the access";

     On page twenty-five, subsection 9.2., by striking out the words "be reported" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "be made available";

     On page twenty-five, subsection 9.2., by striking out the words "the reporting" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "the access";

     On page twenty-five, subsection 9.2., after the word "activities" by inserting the following: "consistent with the mission of the bureau. The responsibility for communication with healthcare facilities regarding data collection, data quality and completeness rests with the Office of Epidemiology and Prevention Services within the Bureau for Public Health";

     And,

     On page twenty-five, by striking out all of subsection 9.3. and renumbering the remaining subsection.

     (b) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on June 29, 2012, authorized under the authority of section four, article one, chapter sixteen of this code, modified by the Department of Health and Human Resources to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on November 15, 2012, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (general sanitation, 64 CSR 18), is authorized with the following amendment:

     On page three, subdivision 2.13, by removing the period and inserting the following, "Bed and Breakfast Inn."

     (c) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on August 27, 2012, authorized under the authority of section five, article seven, chapter sixteen of this code, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (Grade A pasturized milk, 64 CSR 34), is authorized.

     (d) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on August 31, 2012, authorized under the authority of section one, article eleven, chapter sixteen of this code, modified by the Department of Health and Human Resources to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review committee and refiled in the State Register on January 10, 2013, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (fees for services, 64 CSR 51), is authorized with the following amendment:

     On page eleven, subdivision 9.7, after the word "emergency", by inserting a period and removing the underscored words "or as a relevant factor associated with the provision of services and may include but is not limited to, supply shortages, federal or other funding restrictions of policy changes impacting the ability to provide services".

     (e) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on October 11, 2012, authorized under the authority of section four, article one, chapter sixteen of this code, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (regulation of opioid treatment programs, 64 CSR 90), is repealed.

     (f) The legislative rule filed in the State Register on August 27, 2012, authorized under the authority of section four, article one, chapter sixteen of this code, modified by the Department of Health and Human Resources to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on January 10, 2013, relating to the Department of Health and Human Resources (pulse oximetry newborn testing, 64 CSR 100), is authorized with the following amendment:

     On page two, subdivision 5.3, by striking out the words "the closest" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "an".