36-31A-10. Data system.

A.    The commission shall provide for the development, maintenance, and utilization of a coordinated database and reporting system containing licensure, adverse action, and investigative information on all licensed individuals in member states.

B.    A member state shall submit to the data system a uniform data set on all individuals to whom this compact is applicable, utilizing a unique identifier as required by the rules of the commission, including:

1.    Identifying information;

2.    Licensure data;

3.    Adverse actions against a license or compact privilege;

4.    Non-confidential information related to alternative program participation;

5.    Any denial of application for licensure, and the reason for the denial;

6.    Other information that may facilitate the administration of this compact, as determined by the rules of the commission; and

7.    Current significant investigative information.

C.    Current significant investigative information and other investigative information pertaining to a licensee in any member state is available only to other member states.

D.    The commission shall promptly notify all member states of any adverse action taken against a licensee or an individual applying for a license. Adverse action information pertaining to a licensee in any member state is available to any other member state.

E.    A member state contributing information to the data system may designate information that may not be shared with the public without the express permission of the contributing state.

F.    Any information submitted to the data system that is subsequently required to be expunged by the laws of the member state contributing the information must be removed from the data system.

Source: SL 2023, ch 139, § 10.