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A. An organ procurement organization shall establish a donor registry in this state.
B. The motor vehicle division of the department of transportation shall cooperate with the organ procurement organization that administers a donor registry to transfer to the donor registry all relevant information regarding a donor's making of an anatomical gift.
C. A donor registry must:
1. Allow a donor or other person authorized pursuant to section 36-843 to include on the donor registry a statement or symbol that the anatomical gift was made by the donor.
2. Be accessible to a procurement organization to allow it to obtain relevant information on the donor registry to determine, at or near death of the donor or a prospective donor, whether the donor or prospective donor has made an anatomical gift.
3. Be accessible seven days a week on a twenty-four hour basis for purposes of paragraphs 1 and 2.
D. Personally identifiable information on a donor registry about a donor or prospective donor may not be used or disclosed without the express consent of the donor, prospective donor or person who made the anatomical gift for any purpose other than to determine, at or near death of the donor or prospective donor, if the donor or prospective donor has made, amended or revoked an anatomical gift.
E. This section does not prohibit any person from establishing or maintaining a donor registry that is not established by or under contract with this state. Any such registry must comply with the requirements of subsections C and D of this section.