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    HB2187
    SPONSORS: BARTO P
    TITLE: osteopathic board
    HOUSE FIRST READ: 01/20/10
    COMMITTEES: ASSIGNED COMMITTEES ACTION
    Vote Detail 01/20/10 HHS 01/27/10 (7-0-0-2-0) DP
    Vote Detail 01/20/10 GOV 02/16/10 (8-0-0-1-0) DP
    Vote Detail 01/20/10 RULES 03/02/10 (4-0-2-2-0) C&P
    HOUSE SECOND READ: 01/21/10
    MAJORITY CAUCUS 03/02/10Y
    MINORITY CAUCUS: 03/02/10Y
    COW ACTION 1: DATE ACTION AYES NAYS NV EXC
    03/08/10 DPA 0 0 0 0
    AMENDMENTS
    Floor Amend to Bill - Barto - passed
    THIRD READ: DATE AYES NAYS NV EXC EMER AMEND RFE 2/3 VOTE RESULT
    Vote Detail 03/22/10 57 1 2 0 Y PASSED
    TRANSMIT TO SENATE: 03/22/10
    SENATE FIRST READ: 03/23/10
    SENATE SECOND READ: 03/24/10
    COMMITTEES: ASSIGNED COMMITTEES ACTION
    Vote Detail 03/23/10 HEALTH 03/31/10 (5-0-2-0) DP
    03/23/10 RULES 04/05/10 PFCA
    MAJORITY CAUCUS: 04/08/10Y
    MINORITY CAUCUS: 04/08/10Y
    COW ACTION 1: DATE ACTION AYES NAYS NV EXC
    04/13/10 DPA 0 0 0 0
    AMENDMENTS
    RULES (ref Bill) adopted
    THIRD READ: DATE AYES NAYS NV EXC EMER AMEND RFE 2/3 VOTE RESULT
    Vote Detail 04/14/10 29 1 0 0 Y PASSED
    TRANSMIT TO HOUSE: 04/14/10
    MAJORITY CAUCUS: 04/15/10Y
    MINORITY CAUCUS: 04/15/10Y
    Concurrence recommended
    HOUSE CONCURRENCE: DATE AYES NAYS NV EXC
    04/20/10 0 0 0 0
    HOUSE FINAL READ: DATE AYES NAYS NV EXC EMER RFE 2/3 VOTE RESULT
    Vote Detail 04/20/10 55 1 4 0 PASSED
    TRANSMITTED TO: GOVERNOR 04/20/10
    ACTION: SIGNED 04/23/10
    CHAPTER: 125
    CHAPTERED VERSION: Senate Engrossed Version
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  • CONCUR/REFUSE MEMO: 04/16/2010 ConcurRefuseMemo

    Arizona House of Representatives

    House Majority Research

    MEMORANDUM

     

    GINA KASH                                                                1700 W. Washington

    Assistant Legislative Research Analyst                                         Phoenix, AZ  85007-2848

    (602) 926-5299                                                                                                                                                       FAX (602) 417-3140

     

    To:      Representative Barto

    Re:      HB 2187 (osteopathic board)

    Date:   04/14/10

     

    Representative Barto:

    HB 2187 was amended in the Senate and has passed Third Read.  Since this bill will appear on an upcoming Blue Sheet for your concurrence or refusal, I would like to give you an overview of the Senate amendment.

     

    House Engrossed

    As passed by the House, HB 2187 made changes to certain provisions of the Board of Osteopathic Examiners in Medicine and Surgery.

     

    Senate Amendment

    Makes a technical and conforming change.

     

     

     

     

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    HOUSE SUMMARY: 02/17/2010 CaucusCOW 
    HOUSE SUMMARY: 02/15/2010 GOV 
    HOUSE SUMMARY: 01/27/2010 CaucusCOW 
    HOUSE SUMMARY: 01/22/2010 HHS 
    HOUSE SUMMARY: 03/08/2010 HouseEngrossed 
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    State of Arizona

    House of Representatives

    Forty-ninth Legislature

    Second Regular Session

    2010

     

     

    HOUSE BILL 2187

     

     

     

    AN ACT

     

    Amending sections 32-1802 and 32-1803, Arizona Revised Statutes; relating to the board of osteopathic examiners in medicine and surgery.

     

     

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    Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:

    Section 1.  Section 32-1802, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:

    START_STATUTE32-1802.  Meetings; organization; compensation; committees

    A.  The board shall hold an annual meeting during the month of January each year in the Phoenix metropolitan area and may hold other meetings at times and places determined by a majority of the board on notice to each member and the general public pursuant to title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1.  A majority of the members of the board constitutes a quorum, and a majority vote of a quorum present at any meeting governs all board actions.

    B.  At each annual meeting the board shall select from among its membership a president and vice‑president who shall serve until their successors are chosen.  If either of these offices becomes vacant before the annual meeting, the board may elect a replacement at any other board meeting.

    C.  Members of the board are eligible to receive compensation in the amount of two hundred fifty dollars for each day of actual service in the business of the board and reimbursement of all expenses necessarily and properly incurred in attending meetings of the board.

    D.  Board members, the executive director, permanent or temporary board personnel, board consultants, committee members and professional medical investigators are immune from civil liability for any act they do in good faith to implement this chapter.

    E.  To carry out the functions of the board, the board president may establish committees and define committee duties.  The president shall name at least one board member to each committee the president establishes. END_STATUTE

    Sec. 2.  Section 32-1803, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:

    START_STATUTE32-1803.  Powers and duties

    A.  The board shall:

    1.  Protect the public from unlawful, incompetent, unqualified, impaired and unprofessional practitioners of osteopathic medicine.

    2.  Issue licenses, conduct hearings, place physicians on probation, revoke or suspend licenses, enter into stipulated orders, issue letters of concern or decrees of censure and administer and enforce this chapter.

    3.  Maintain a record of its acts and proceedings, including the issuance, denial, renewal, suspension or revocation of licenses to practice according to this chapter.  The board shall delete records of complaints only as follows:

    (a)  If the board dismisses a complaint, the board shall delete the public record of the complaint five years after it dismissed the complaint.

    (b)  If the board has issued a letter of concern but has taken no further action on the complaint, the board shall delete the public record of the complaint five years after it issued the letter of concern.

    (c)  If the board has required additional continuing medical education pursuant to section 32-1855 but has not taken further action, the board shall delete the public record of the complaint five years after the person satisfies this requirement.

    4.  Maintain a public directory of all osteopathic physicians and surgeons who are or were licensed pursuant to this chapter that includes:

    (a)  The name of the physician.

    (b)  The physician's current or last known address of record.

    (c)  The date and number of the license issued to the physician pursuant to this chapter.

    (d)  The date the license is scheduled to expire if not renewed or the date the license expired or was revoked, suspended or canceled.

    (e)  Any disciplinary actions taken against the physician by the board.

    (f)  Letters of concern, remedial continuing medical education ordered and dismissals of complaints against the physician until deleted from the public record pursuant to paragraph 3 of this subsection.

    (g)  The number of malpractice claims paid by award or by settlement on behalf of the physician in the last ten years of practice in this state or in another state.

    5.  Adopt rules regarding the regulation and the qualifications of medical assistants.

    6.  Discipline and rehabilitate osteopathic physicians.

    B.  The public records of the board are open to inspection at all times during office hours.

    C.  The board may:

    1.  Adopt rules necessary or proper for the administration of this chapter.

    2.  Appoint one of its members to the jurisdiction arbitration panel pursuant to section 32‑2907, subsection B.

    3.  Accept and spend federal monies and private grants, gifts, contributions and devises.  These monies do not revert to the state general fund at the end of a fiscal year.

    4.  Develop and publish advisory opinions and standards governing the profession.

    D.  The board shall adopt and use a seal, the imprint of which, together with the signature of either the president, vice‑president or executive director, is evidence of its official acts.

    E.  In conducting investigations pursuant to this chapter the board may receive and review confidential internal staff reports relating to complaints and malpractice claims.

    F.  The board may make available to academic and research organizations public records regarding statistical information on doctors of osteopathic medicine and applicants for licensure. END_STATUTE

    Sec. 3.  Arizona board of osteopathic examiners in medicine and surgery; licensure renewal

    Notwithstanding section 32-1825, Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended by this act, the Arizona board of osteopathic examiners in medicine and surgery may require selected licensees whose renewal date is December 31, 2011 to renew for a one-year period, after which the selected licensees shall resume renewing every other year.  The board shall prorate the license renewal fee for the selected licensees accordingly.



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    Tuesday, April 20, 2010

    ARIZONA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

    Forty-ninth Legislature - Second Regular Session

     

                                         CONCUR AND FINAL PASSAGE CALENDAR

     

                                                                              Tuesday, April 20, 2010

     

    HB 2046

    geographic; historic names board; continuation

    House  3rd Read - 02/02/10 - 56-2-1

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/01/10 - 18-8-4

    (MONTENEGRO)

    Blue Sheet # 1

    HB 2124

    urgent care centers; inspections

      (Now:  outpatient treatment; urgent care; centers)

    House  3rd Read - 03/23/10 - 53-1-6

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/14/10 - 30-0-0

    (BARTO)

    Blue Sheet # 4

    HB 2125

    dental board; membership

    House  3rd Read - 02/16/10 - 57-1-1

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/12/10 - 24-5-1

    (BARTO)

    Blue Sheet # 2

    HB 2146

    trust lands; loss of lease

    House  3rd Read - 03/11/10 - 41-16-2

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/12/10 - 19-10-1

    (KONOPNICKI)

    Blue Sheet # 2

    HB 2187

    osteopathic board

    House  3rd Read - 03/22/10 - 57-1-2

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/14/10 - 29-1-0

    (BARTO)

    Blue Sheet # 4

    HB 2242

    reverse mortgages; regulations

    House  3rd Read - 03/08/10 - 47-10-2

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/14/10 - 22-7-0 -1")

    (KONOPNICKI)

    Blue Sheet # 4

    HB 2428

    county zoning hearings; appeal

    House  3rd Read - 02/23/10 - 57-0-3

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/14/10 - 29-1-0

    (DRIGGS)

    Blue Sheet # 4

    HB 2478

    PSPRS; local board composition

      (Now:  development fees; moratorium)

    House  3rd Read - 02/22/10 - 57-0-3

    Senate  3rd Read - 04/14/10 - 30-0-0

    (KONOPNICKI)

    Blue Sheet # 4

     

     

     

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