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Statutes > Utah > Title-26 > Chapter-01

26-1-1 - Title cited as "Utah Health Code."
26-1-2 - Definitions.
26-1-3 - Purpose of title -- Consolidation of health functions into single state agency.
26-1-4 - Department of Health created -- Policymaking responsibilities -- Consultation with local health departments -- Committee to evaluate health policies and to review federal grants -- Committee
26-1-4.1 - Department procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-5 - Rules of department.
26-1-6 - Fee schedule adopted by department.
26-1-7 - Committees within department.
26-1-7.1 - Committee procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-7.5 - Health advisory council.
26-1-8 - Executive director -- Appointment -- Compensation.
26-1-9 - Executive director -- Qualifications.
26-1-10 - Executive director -- Enforcement powers.
26-1-11 - Executive director -- Power to amend, modify, or rescind committee rules.
26-1-12 - Executive director -- Power to order abatement of public health hazard.
26-1-13 - Executive director -- Power to organize department.
26-1-14 - Executive director -- Appointment, removal, and compensation of division directors.
26-1-15 - Executive director -- Power to accept federal aid.
26-1-16 - Executive director -- Power to accept funds and gifts.
26-1-17 - Executive director -- Power to prescribe rules for administration and government of department.
26-1-17.5 - Confidential records.
26-1-18 - Authority of department generally.
26-1-20 - Advisory committees created by department.
26-1-21 - Disposal of property by department.
26-1-22 - Budget preparation and submission to governor.
26-1-23 - Rules for local health departments prescribed by department.
26-1-23.5 - Rules for sale of drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices.
26-1-24 - Hearings conducted by department.
26-1-25 - Principal and branch offices of department.
26-1-26 - Director of community health nursing appointed by executive director.
26-1-30 - Powers and duties of department.
26-1-30.5 - Duty to establish pilot program for monitoring quality in health care.
26-1-32 - Severability of code provisions.
26-1-33 - Individual rights protected.
26-1-34 - Restricted account created to fund drug testing for law enforcement agencies.
26-1-35 - Content and form of certificates and reports.
26-1-36 - Duty to establish program to reduce deaths and other harm from prescription opiates used for chronic noncancer pain.
26-1-37 - Duty to establish standards for the electronic exchange of clinical health information.
26-1-38 - Local health emergency assistance program.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-26 > Chapter-01

26-1-1 - Title cited as "Utah Health Code."
26-1-2 - Definitions.
26-1-3 - Purpose of title -- Consolidation of health functions into single state agency.
26-1-4 - Department of Health created -- Policymaking responsibilities -- Consultation with local health departments -- Committee to evaluate health policies and to review federal grants -- Committee
26-1-4.1 - Department procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-5 - Rules of department.
26-1-6 - Fee schedule adopted by department.
26-1-7 - Committees within department.
26-1-7.1 - Committee procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-7.5 - Health advisory council.
26-1-8 - Executive director -- Appointment -- Compensation.
26-1-9 - Executive director -- Qualifications.
26-1-10 - Executive director -- Enforcement powers.
26-1-11 - Executive director -- Power to amend, modify, or rescind committee rules.
26-1-12 - Executive director -- Power to order abatement of public health hazard.
26-1-13 - Executive director -- Power to organize department.
26-1-14 - Executive director -- Appointment, removal, and compensation of division directors.
26-1-15 - Executive director -- Power to accept federal aid.
26-1-16 - Executive director -- Power to accept funds and gifts.
26-1-17 - Executive director -- Power to prescribe rules for administration and government of department.
26-1-17.5 - Confidential records.
26-1-18 - Authority of department generally.
26-1-20 - Advisory committees created by department.
26-1-21 - Disposal of property by department.
26-1-22 - Budget preparation and submission to governor.
26-1-23 - Rules for local health departments prescribed by department.
26-1-23.5 - Rules for sale of drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices.
26-1-24 - Hearings conducted by department.
26-1-25 - Principal and branch offices of department.
26-1-26 - Director of community health nursing appointed by executive director.
26-1-30 - Powers and duties of department.
26-1-30.5 - Duty to establish pilot program for monitoring quality in health care.
26-1-32 - Severability of code provisions.
26-1-33 - Individual rights protected.
26-1-34 - Restricted account created to fund drug testing for law enforcement agencies.
26-1-35 - Content and form of certificates and reports.
26-1-36 - Duty to establish program to reduce deaths and other harm from prescription opiates used for chronic noncancer pain.
26-1-37 - Duty to establish standards for the electronic exchange of clinical health information.
26-1-38 - Local health emergency assistance program.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Utah > Title-26 > Chapter-01

26-1-1 - Title cited as "Utah Health Code."
26-1-2 - Definitions.
26-1-3 - Purpose of title -- Consolidation of health functions into single state agency.
26-1-4 - Department of Health created -- Policymaking responsibilities -- Consultation with local health departments -- Committee to evaluate health policies and to review federal grants -- Committee
26-1-4.1 - Department procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-5 - Rules of department.
26-1-6 - Fee schedule adopted by department.
26-1-7 - Committees within department.
26-1-7.1 - Committee procedures -- Adjudicative proceedings.
26-1-7.5 - Health advisory council.
26-1-8 - Executive director -- Appointment -- Compensation.
26-1-9 - Executive director -- Qualifications.
26-1-10 - Executive director -- Enforcement powers.
26-1-11 - Executive director -- Power to amend, modify, or rescind committee rules.
26-1-12 - Executive director -- Power to order abatement of public health hazard.
26-1-13 - Executive director -- Power to organize department.
26-1-14 - Executive director -- Appointment, removal, and compensation of division directors.
26-1-15 - Executive director -- Power to accept federal aid.
26-1-16 - Executive director -- Power to accept funds and gifts.
26-1-17 - Executive director -- Power to prescribe rules for administration and government of department.
26-1-17.5 - Confidential records.
26-1-18 - Authority of department generally.
26-1-20 - Advisory committees created by department.
26-1-21 - Disposal of property by department.
26-1-22 - Budget preparation and submission to governor.
26-1-23 - Rules for local health departments prescribed by department.
26-1-23.5 - Rules for sale of drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices.
26-1-24 - Hearings conducted by department.
26-1-25 - Principal and branch offices of department.
26-1-26 - Director of community health nursing appointed by executive director.
26-1-30 - Powers and duties of department.
26-1-30.5 - Duty to establish pilot program for monitoring quality in health care.
26-1-32 - Severability of code provisions.
26-1-33 - Individual rights protected.
26-1-34 - Restricted account created to fund drug testing for law enforcement agencies.
26-1-35 - Content and form of certificates and reports.
26-1-36 - Duty to establish program to reduce deaths and other harm from prescription opiates used for chronic noncancer pain.
26-1-37 - Duty to establish standards for the electronic exchange of clinical health information.
26-1-38 - Local health emergency assistance program.

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