Legislative intent; requirements.
Department; powers and duties.
Contacting boards through department.
Accountability and liability of board members.
Legal and investigative services.
Boards; organization; meetings; compensation and travel expenses.
Board rules; final agency action; challenges.
Department; general licensing provisions.
Public inspection of information required from applicants; exceptions; examination hearing.
Use of professional testing services.
Penalty for theft or reproduction of an examination.
Restriction on requirement of citizenship.
Qualification of immigrants for examination to practice a licensed profession or occupation.
Foreign-trained professionals; special examination and license provisions.
Exemption for certain out-of-state or foreign professionals; limited practice permitted.
Members of Armed Forces in good standing with administrative boards or the department; spouses.
Fees; receipts; disposition.
Annual report concerning finances, administrative complaints, disciplinary actions, and recommendations.
Consultation with postsecondary education boards prior to adoption of changes to training requirements.
Education; substituting demonstration of competency for clock-hour requirements.
Requirement for instruction on domestic violence.
Hepatitis B or HIV carriers.
Requirement for instruction for certain licensees on HIV and AIDS.
Athletic trainers and massage therapists; requirement for instruction on HIV and AIDS.
Licenses; active and inactive status; delinquency.
Business establishments; requirements for active status licenses; delinquency; discipline; applicability.
Renewal and cancellation notices.
Designated health care professionals; information required for licensure.
Advanced registered nurse practitioners; information required for certification.
Practitioner profile; creation.
Practitioner profiles; update.
Practitioner profiles; data storage.
Practitioner profiles; rules; workshops.
Practitioner profiles; maintenance of superseded information.
Practitioner profiles; confidentiality.
Financial responsibility requirements for certain health care practitioners.
Health care practitioners; reports on professional liability claims and actions.
Reports of professional liability actions; bankruptcies; Department of Health’s responsibility to provide.
Disclosure of financial interest by production.
Financial arrangements between referring health care providers and providers of health care services.
Chiropractic and podiatric health care; denial of payment; limitation.
Treatment of Medicare beneficiaries; refusal, emergencies, consulting physicians.
Ownership and control of patient records; report or copies of records to be furnished.
Disposition of records of deceased practitioners or practitioners relocating or terminating practice.
Communications confidential; exceptions.
Practitioner disclosure of confidential information; immunity from civil or criminal liability.
Advertisement by a health care practitioner of free or discounted services; required statement.
Sexual misconduct; disqualification for license, certificate, or registration.
Medicaid fraud; disqualification for license, certificate, or registration.
Unlicensed practice of a health care profession; intent; cease and desist notice; penalties; enforcement; citations; fees; allocation and disposition of moneys collected.
Prosecution of criminal violations.
Penalty for giving false information.
Toll-free telephone number for reporting of complaints.
Power to administer oaths, take depositions, and issue subpoenas.
Grounds for discipline; penalties; enforcement.
Practitioners in default on student loan or scholarship obligations; investigation; report.
Certain health care practitioners; immediate suspension of license.
Criminal proceedings against licensees; appearances by department representatives.
Treatment programs for impaired practitioners.
Authority to issue citations.
Disclosure of confidential information.
Health care professionals; exemption from disqualification from employment or contracting.
Practitioner registry for disasters and emergencies.
Complementary or alternative health care treatments.
Written prescriptions for medicinal drugs.
Electronic prescribing for medicinal drugs.
Repeated medical malpractice.