(a) The Department of Health and Human Resources, the West Virginia Insurance Commission, the Health Care Authority, the Public Employees Insurance Agency and any other entity of state government shall cooperate with the coalition in the exchange of data, information and expertise if so requested by the coalition, including, but not limited to:
(1) Providing the entity’s plans to improve diabetes care and control complications associated with diabetes in West Virginia;
(2) The financial impact of diabetes on the State of West Virginia;
(3) The number of lives impacted with diabetes;
(4) The number of lives with diabetes and family members impacted by prevention and diabetes control programs implemented by the entity;
(5) An assessment of the benefits of implemented programs and activities aimed at controlling diabetes and preventing the disease;
(6) The development or revision of detailed action plans to reduce the impact of diabetes, pre-diabetes and related diabetes complications, including a budget identifying needs and costs; and
(7) Resources required to implement the plan.
(b) No entity of state government is required to produce or prepare any plan or document at the request of the coalition which they do not currently maintain or which is not readily available from their existing resources.