Utah Admin. Code R429-3-3 - Event Reporting

(1) Once an adverse event has been determined by a licensed healthcare provider, and the provider or providers who administered the sedation or anesthesia involved in the event have been notified, the adverse event shall be reported to the Department within 72 hours.
(2) An individual reporting an event to the Anesthesia Adverse Event Database must register with the state.
(3) The reporting individual shall submit the following data and information at the time of the report:
(a) the person who reports the event;
(b) the healthcare provider and facility type that conducted the procedure;
(c) the healthcare provider and facility type that administered the anesthesia;
(d) a description of the event;
(e) a description of the sedation used;
(f) the level of harm experienced;
(g) the patient's demographics, including birthdate, gender, weight, race, and ethnicity if available;
(h) the surgical classification of the procedure, using American Society of Anesthesiologist physical status classification system;
(i) a description of rescue activities;
(j) a description of monitoring that took place:
(k) a description of escalation of care;
(l) a description of emergency equipment and supplies available at the time of the event; and
(m) any additional or concluding remarks.


Utah Admin. Code R429-3-3
Adopted by Utah State Bulletin Number 2021-17, effective 8/18/2021

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