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September 20, 2011
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 7:00 PM

Update to 1/1/2011 - The APIS information appearing on this Web site has been updated to include legislative and regulatory changes that took effect on or before 1/1/2011.  Vehicular Insurance Exclusion and the five Alcohol Beverage Taxes policy topics have been discontinued and are not included in the update.
 
Materials of Interest to Researchers - Explanatory text and links to the following materials have been added to the APIS Resources section of the Web site:
1.     The Department of Health and Human Services’ Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of Underage Drinking, submitted pursuant to the Sober Truth on Preventing Underage Drinking (STOP) Act;
2.     A new resource guide regarding how to measure law for quantitative research; and
3.     The Alcohol-Related Disease Impact (ARDI) website produced by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
 
Corrections and Clarifications

Changes to data presented in the comparison tables in the APIS Policy Topics section of the Web site are listed below.

Policy Topic

Jurisdiction

Changes

Pregnancy and Alcohol: Priority Treatment

Wyoming

For the period beginning 12/10/2009, removed check marks for Pregnant Women, Women with Children, Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment, Public and Private Provider Types, and Medical Records Confidentiality.

Pregnancy and Alcohol: Reporting Requirements

Colorado

For the period beginning 1/1/2003, added check marks for Referral for Assessment and/or Treatment by Health Care / Social Workers in sections of table dealing with Discretionary Reporting.

Pregnancy and Alcohol: Reporting Requirements

Delaware

For the period 1/1/2003 through 3/10/2003, removed checkmarks for Data Gathering by Health Care / Social Workers in sections of table dealing with Mandatory Reporting.

 

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