Overview[ edit ] Nurse practitioners NPs manage acute and chronic medical conditions, both physical and mental, through history and physical exam and the ordering of diagnostic tests and medical treatments.
A Prior to engaging in practice, a standard care arrangement shall be entered into with each physician or podiatrist with whom the certified nurse-midwife, certified nurse practitioner, or clinical nurse specialist collaborates. Under these circumstances, a new standard care arrangement is not necessary.
B A certified nurse-midwife, certified nurse practitioner, or clinical nurse specialist engaged in the practice of the nurse's specialty, shall enter into a written standard care arrangement with one or more collaborating physicians or podiatrists whose practice is the same or similar to the nurse's practice.
In accordance with division D of section C The standard care arrangement shall include at least: For purposes of this rule, a physician's designated representative means a physician who serves as the department or unit director or chair, within the same institution, organization or facility department or unit, and within the same practice specialty, that the nurse practices, and with respect to whom the physician has executed a legal authorization to enter collaborating agreements on the physician's behalf; 2 The date when the arrangement is initially executed; 3 The date of the most recent review of the arrangement; 4 The complete name, specialty and practice area, business address, and business phone number or number at which the individual can be reached at any time for: The standard care arrangement shall be reviewed at least every two years.
D The most current copy of the standard care arrangement, and any legal authorization signed by a physician according to paragraph C 1 of this rule, shall be retained on file by the nurse's employer.
Upon request of the board, the certified nurse-midwife, certified nurse practitioner, or clinical nurse specialist shall immediately provide a copy of the standard care arrangement to the board. E Copies of previously effective standard care arrangements shall be retained by the nurse for three years and provided to the board upon request.
F When a hospital negotiates a standard care arrangement in accordance with division F of section Review and approval of the standard care arrangement shall be in accordance with the policies and procedures of the hospital governing body and the bylaws, policies, and procedures of the hospital medical staff.
G A certified nurse-midwife, certified nurse practitioner, or clinical nurse specialist shall notify the board of the identity of a collaborating physician or podiatrist not later than thirty days after engaging in practice.
H A certified nurse-midwife, certified nurse practitioner, or clinical nurse specialist shall notify the board of any change in the name and business address of a collaborating physician or podiatrist not later than thirty days after the change takes effectexcept as provided in division E of section Achieve workforce improvement through our role redesign service.
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