HB168 - PROBATIONARY LICENSES - Treadway, Joseph L.
HB168 TECHNICAL CHANGES IN CHAPTER 334, RSMO, REGARDING STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR THE HEALING ARTS.
Sponsor: Treadway, Joseph L. (96) Effective Date:00/00/00
CoSponsor: LR Number:0697-01
Last Action: COMMITTEE: PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION & LICENSING
HB168
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INTRODUCED

HB 168 -- Probationary Licenses

Sponsor:  Treadway

This bill gives the State Board for the Healing Arts the
authority, at its discretion, to issue restricted and
probationary licenses to individuals who have misconduct
complaints pending against them.  Individuals must be given
advance notice of issuance of the restricted or probationary
license, discipline imposed, basis for the issuance, effective
date, and a written statement that they have 30 days to request
a hearing before the Administrative Hearing Commission.  After
issuance of a restricted or probationary license either party
has 30 days to file a petition to the Administrative Hearing
Commission requesting a review of the board's decision.  If no
petition is filed, the right to seek review is waived.

The bill also requires persons who have been employed as
physician assistants for 3 years prior to August 28, 1989, to
have active certification of the National Commission on
Certification of Physician Assistants to be eligible for
registration with the board.


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