The Oregon Health Authority shall compile information on the following:
The dangers associated with adrenal insufficiency;
How to identify a person suffering an adrenal crisis; and
The types of medications that treat adrenal insufficiency.
The authority shall disseminate the information described in subsection (1) of this section to health care professionals and the public for the purpose of educating health care professionals and the public about adrenal insufficiency. The authority may disseminate the information through print or electronic publications, through video productions or by any other method determined to be cost-effective by the authority.
In disseminating the information described in subsection (1) of this section, the authority shall consider the most effective means of providing the information to emergency medical services providers licensed under ORS chapter 682 and health care professionals who work in a hospital emergency department. [2015 c.501 §1]