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A. On or before January 1 of each year, the director shall submit to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate a financial and programmatic report on the state hospital for the preceding fiscal year. In addition to information that the department deems relevant, this report shall include all of the following information:
1. All revenues and expenditures of the state hospital, including specific identification of administrative costs for and the number of patients served at the state hospital.
2. A breakdown of the patients served at each facility at the state hospital, including information on the following:
(d) Legal status.
(e) County of origin.
(f) Program type.
(g) Census by unit.
(h) Primary diagnosis of each by category.
(i) Length of stay.
3. Admissions by civil commitment, including the number of admissions and discharges, the time between the request for each admission and the date of the admission or denial of the admission and aggregate data for reason of denial by category.
4. Data collected from the state hospital's safety plan, including all of the following:
(a) The number and type of all assaults by category, with sexual assaults reported as a separate category.
(b) The number of assaults reported to law enforcement, regulatory agencies and accreditation agencies.
(c) The number of times law enforcement was called to the state hospital in response to an assault.
5. An update on the establishment of a psychiatric center of excellence.
B. This section does not require the release of individually identifiable health information of any specific patient.