Make changes to the INSPECT program. Senate Bill 151 requires prescribers to indicate when a patient has entered into a pain management agreement. It allows the state's data analysis arm, the management performance hub, to obtain confidential data from INSPECT. And it sets up a work group to study the feasibility of adding every administration of an overdose-reversal drug and data from law enforcement investigations into INSPECT.
Another law, Senate Bill 408, audits the amount of money being spent to integrate INSPECT with electronic health record systems and asks a committee to study improvements to INSPECT.