Ohio Admin. Code § 3701-3-04 LABORATORY RESULT REPORTING
(A) The person in charge of any laboratory that examines specimens of
human origin for evidence of diseases designated as reportable by rule
3701-3-02 of the Administrative Code shall report all positive results
of such examinations to the board of health of the health district in
which the person from whom the specimen was taken resides.
(B) A positive result of a laboratory examination for a reportable
disease shall be considered reason to suspect that a person is infected
by that disease. Upon receipt of a laboratory report of a positive
result for a reportable disease, the board of health shall cause inquiry
to be made through the attending physician or medical facility to
determine if the suspected disease exists.
HISTORY: 1998-99 OMR 65 (R-E), eff. 7-23-98; 1979-80 OMR 4-615 (A),
eff. 3-13- 80; prior HE-3-04