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TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS

CHAPTER 22. BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC EXAMINERS IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY


Supp. 12-3

Authority: A.R.S. § 32-1801 et seq.

ARTICLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

New Article 1 consisting of Sections R4-22-101, R4-22-103, and R4-22-104 adopted and former rules R4-22-05 and R4-22-06 amended and renumbered as Sections R4-22-105 and R4-22-106 effective June 29, 1987.

Former Article 1 consisting of Sections R4-22-01, R4-22-02, R4-22-04 thru R4-22-07, R4-22-09, R4-22-10, and R4-22-12 repealed and Sections R4-22-08 and R4-22-11 amended and renumbered as R4-22-05 and R4-22-06 effective June 29, 1987.

Section

R4-22-101. Definitions

R4-22-102. Specialist Designation

R4-22-103. Approved Internships and Residencies

R4-22-104. Examination and Issuance of Licenses; Lapse of Application

R4-22-105. Repealed

R4-22-106. Rehearing or Review of Decision

R4-22-107. Labeling, Recordkeeping, Storage, and Packaging of Drugs

R4-22-108. Fees and Charges

R4-22-109. Renumbered

R4-22-110. Approval of Educational Programs for Medical Assistants

R4-22-111. Medical Assistants - Authorized Procedures

R4-22-112. Medical Assistant Training Requirement

R4-22-113. Repealed

R4-22-114. Repealed

R4-22-115. Petitions for Rulemaking

ARTICLE 2. LICENSING AND TIME-FRAMES

R4-22-201. Reserved

R4-22-202. Reserved

R4-22-203. Reserved

R4-22-204. Reserved

R4-22-205. Reserved

R4-22-206. Reserved

R4-22-207. Continuing Medical Education; Waiver; Extension of Time to Complete

R4-22-208. Reserved

R4-22-209. Reserved

R4-22-210. Reserved

R4-22-211. Reserved

R4-22-212. Licensing Time-frames

ARTICLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

R4-22-101. Definitions

In addition to the definitions in A.R.S. § 32-1800, in this Chapter:

“ACCME” means the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

“AOA” means the American Osteopathic Association.

“CME” means continuing medical education.

“Continuing medical education” means a course, program, or other training that the Board approves for license renewal.

“Licensee” means an individual who holds a current license issued under A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 17.

Historical Note

Former Rule 1. Former Section R4-22-01 repealed, new Section R4-22-101 adopted effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). Former Section R4-22-101 renumbered to R4-22-109, new Section R4-22-101 adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Section expired under A.R.S. § 41-1056(E) at 11 A.A.R. 583, effective November 30, 2004 (Supp. 05-1). New Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 2765, effective September 9, 2006 (Supp. 06-3).

R4-22-102. Specialist Designation

A specialty board approved by the Board includes only those specialty boards recognized by the American Osteopathic Association and listed in the Yearbook and Directory of the American Osteopathic Association, 1991, page 643, or the American Board of Medical Specialties and listed in the Annual Report and Reference Handbook of the American Board of Medical Specialties, June 1991, page 103, which are incorporated herein by reference and on file with the Office of the Secretary of State.

Historical Note

Adopted effective January 24, 1984 (Supp. 84-1). Section R4-22-02 repealed effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). New Section R4-22-102 adopted effective August 7, 1992 (Supp. 92-3).

R4-22-103. Approved Internships and Residencies

For purposes of A.R.S. § 32-1822, the equivalent of an approved internship or approved residency is any of the following:

1. One or more years of a fellowship training program approved by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) or the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME);

2. A current certification by the AOA in an osteopathic medical specialty; or

3. For those who were awarded a Doctor of Osteopathy degree in 1946 or earlier, a minimum of 10 years of continuous active practice of osteopathic medicine and surgery immediately before applying for licensure.

Historical Note

Former Section R4-22-04 repealed, new Section R4-22-103 adopted effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-104. Examination and Issuance of Licenses; Lapse of Application

A. Examination. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-1822(4), an applicant for licensure by examination must pass either the federal licensing examination (FLEX) with a grade of 75 or above in both components or the examination by the National Board of Osteopathic Examiners (NBOE) with a weighted average of 75% as determined by the NBOE.

B. Waiver of examination. An applicant for licensure who is currently licensed to practice as an osteopathic physician and surgeon as specified in A.R.S. § 32-1822(4) need not take the examination referred to in subsection (A) if:

1. The applicant has taken the FLEX or NBOE examination within the seven-year period preceding the date of application and passed with the grade level specified in subsection (A); or

2. The applicant has been continuously engaged in osteopathic practice and training since initial licensure. In determining whether an applicant has been continuously engaged in osteopathic practice and training, the Board will consider the following:

a. Total length of time the individual has been in the practice of medicine.

b. Percentage of time the individual devoted to the practice of medicine while not in full time practice.

c. Type and amount of continuing medical education or professional training the individual obtained while not in full time practice.

C. Personal interviews. The purpose of the personal interview required by A.R.S. § 32-1822(6) is to investigate the applicant’s professional and personal background, to review the applicant’s medical knowledge, to determine the applicant’s ability to practice medicine in Arizona, and to clarify, explain, or amplify information obtained during the application process.

1. The personal interview may include questions relating to any or all of the following areas:

a. Substantive medical knowledge.

b. Arizona practice issues or problems.

c. Education qualifications.

d. Professional experience.

e. Applicant’s moral character and fitness to practice medicine and surgery in Arizona.

2. An applicant must correctly answer 75% of the medical knowledge questions to be considered acceptable for licensure.

3. Any adverse information obtained by the Board during the personal interview may be grounds for further investigation or denial of licensure.

D. Time limitations. Each applicant for Arizona Osteopathic licensure must pass the written examination if required, and appear before the Board for the personal interview within one year from the date the application is filed. Failure to do so shall cause the application to lapse. Within six months from the date of successful completion of the personal interview, each applicant for Arizona Osteopathic licensure must complete all requirements for issuance of the license including payment of all fees and completion of an internship. Failure to do so shall cause the application to lapse.

Historical Note

Former Rule 4. Amended effective May 2, 1978 (Supp. 78-3). Former Section R4-22-05 repealed, new Section R4-22-104 adopted effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2).

R4-22-105. Repealed

Historical Note

Former Rule 8. Amended by adding subsection (D) effective January 24, 1984 (Supp. 84-1). Former Section R4-22-08 amended and renumbered as Section R4-22-105 effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). Section repealed by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-106. Rehearing or Review of Decision

A. The Board shall provide for a rehearing and review of its decisions under A.R.S. Title 41, Chapter 6, Article 10 and rules established by the Office of Administrative Hearings.

B. A party is required to file a motion for rehearing or review of a decision of the Board to exhaust the party’s administrative remedies.

C. A party may amend a motion for rehearing or review at any time before the Board rules on the motion.

D. The Board may grant a rehearing or review for any of the following reasons materially affecting a party’s rights:

1. Irregularity in the proceedings of the Board, or any order or abuse of discretion, that deprived the moving party of a fair hearing;

2. Misconduct of the Board, its staff, an administrative law judge, or the prevailing party;

3. Accident or surprise that could not have been prevented by ordinary prudence;

4. Newly discovered material evidence that could not, with reasonable diligence, have been discovered and produced at the hearing;

5. Excessive penalty;

6. Error in the admission or rejection of evidence or other errors of law occurring at the hearing or during the progress of the proceedings;

7. That the Board’s decision is a result of passion or prejudice; or

8. That the findings of fact or decision is not justified by the evidence or is contrary to law.

E. The Board may affirm or modify a decision or grant a rehearing to all or any of the parties on all or part of the issues for any of the reasons in subsection (D). An order modifying a decision or granting a rehearing shall specify with particularity the grounds for the order.

F. When a motion for rehearing or review is based upon affidavits, they shall be served with the motion. An opposing party may, within 15 days after service, serve opposing affidavits. The Board may extend this period for a maximum of 20 days, for good cause as described in subsection (I).

G. Not later that 10 days after the date of a decision, after giving parties notice and an opportunity to be heard, the Board may grant a rehearing or review on its own initiative for any reason for which it might have granted relief on motion of a party. The Board may grant a motion for rehearing or review, timely served, for a reason not stated in the motion.

H. If a rehearing is granted, the Board shall hold the rehearing within 60 days after the issue date on the order granting the rehearing.

I. The Board may extend all time limits listed in this Section upon a showing of good cause. A party demonstrates good cause by showing that the grounds for the party’s motion or other action could not have been known in time, using reasonable diligence, and:

1. A ruling on the motion will further administrative convenience, expedition, or economy; or

2. A ruling on the motion will avoid undue prejudice to any party.

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 8, 1978 (Supp. 78-3). Former Section R4-22-11 amended and renumbered as Section R4-22-106 effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-107. Labeling, Recordkeeping, Storage, and Packaging of Drugs

A. Labeling. The following information shall be included on labels of medications being dispensed by licensed osteopathic physicians:

1. Serial number and date dispensed.

2. Name of the patient for whom drug was issued.

3. Name, strength and quantity of drug dispensed.

4. Directions for use and cautionary statement if any is contained in the prescription order for the drug.

5. Name of drug and manufacturer or distributor in case of generic substitution.

6. Name, address and telephone number of the dispensing physician.

7. In the case of controlled substances, the cautionary statement “Caution: Federal law prohibits the transfer of this drug to any person other than the patient for whom it was prescribed.”

B. Required information. A prescription order shall contain the following information:

1. Date of issuance.

2. Name and address of the patient for which the prescription order has been issued.

3. Name, strength and quantity of the drug prescribed and dispensed.

4. Name and address of the physician dispensing the medication.

5. Drug Enforcement Agency number of the physician dispensing for controlled substances.

C. Prescription recordkeeping. Prescription orders for drugs dispensed by licensed osteopathic physicians shall be:

1. Sequentially numbered and dated on date of dispensing.

2. Filed separately from the patient records.

3. Filed separately for Class II controlled substances.

4. Filed separately or marked with a prominent red “C” for Class III, IV, & V controlled substances.

5. Listed in a log showing the name of patient, name of drug, number dispensed, and date of dispensation.

D. Records, receipts, refilling prescriptions.

1. A record of refills shall be kept on the back of the prescription showing the date, name or initials of dispensing physician and quantity dispensed if that varies from the original amount ordered.

2. Resale of medication to another licensed physician shall not exceed 5% of the seller’s total annual sales of medications. A record of the sale shall be kept for a period of three years.

3. Invoices of receipts and records of disbursement shall be maintained for all controlled substances for a period of three years.

4. Annual inventories of all controlled substances shall be performed and available for review by Drug Enforcement Agency and other drug control agencies.

5. Schedule II controlled substances prescription orders shall not be refilled.

6. Schedule III, IV and V controlled substances prescription orders may be refilled a maximum of five times within six months from date of prescription order.

E. Storage.

1. All medications shall be stored in a locked cabinet or room, with restricted access to the drug storage area.

2. Storage rooms should not exceed a high temperature of 85° Fahrenheit.

3. All medications shall be in current or unexpired dating or returned to source of supply.

F. Packaging. A medication dispensed by the physician shall be in light-resistant container with a consumer safety cap (i.e., a container cap that does not screw directly on or off the container) unless the patient and physician agree otherwise and shall be labeled by a mechanically printed label.

Historical Note

Adopted effective August 7, 1992 (Supp. 92-3).

R4-22-108. Fees and Charges

A. Under the specific authority provided by A.R.S. §§ 32-1826(A) and 32-1871(A)(5), the Board establishes and shall collect the following fees for the Board’s licensing activities:

1. Application to practice osteopathic medicine, $400;

2. Issuance of initial license, $180 (pro-rated);

3. Biennial renewal of license, $636 plus the penalty and reimbursement fees specified in A.R.S. § 32-1826(B), if
applicable;

4. Locum tenens registration, $300;

5. Annual registration for internship, residency, or clinical fellowship, $50;

6. Teaching license, $318;

7. Five-day educational teaching permit, $106; and

8. Annual registration to dispense drugs and devices, $240 (initial registration fee is pro-rated).

B. Under the specific authority provided by A.R.S. § 32-1826(C), the Board establishes and shall collect the following charges for services provided by the Board:

1. Verification of a license to practice osteopathic medicine issued by the Board and copy of licensee’s complaint history, $5.00;

2. Issuance of a duplicate license, $10;

3. List of physicians licensed by the Board, $25.00 if for non-commercial use or $100 if for commercial use;

4. Copying records, documents, letters, minutes, applications, and files, 25¢ per page;

5. Copy of an audio tape, $35.00; and

6. Digital medium not requiring programming, $100.

C. Except as provided under A.R.S. § 41-1077, the fees listed in subsection (A) are not refundable.

Historical Note

Adopted effective August 7, 1992 (Supp. 92-3). Amended by final rulemaking at 18 A.A.R. 2488, effective November 10, 2012 (Supp. 12-3).

R4-22-109. Renumbered

Historical Note

Former Rule 1. Former Section R4-22-01 repealed, new Section R4-22-101 adopted effective June 29, 1987 (Supp. 87-2). Renumbered from R4-22-101 effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Former R4-22-109 renumbered to R4-22-207 by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 2765, effective September 9, 2006 (Supp. 06-3).

R4-22-110. Approval of Educational Programs for Medical Assistants

A. For purposes of this Section, a Board-approved medical assistant training program is a program:

1. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP);

2. Accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES);

3. Accredited by any accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education; or

4. Designed and offered by a licensed osteopathic physician, meets or exceeds the standards of one of the accrediting programs listed in subsections (A)(1) through (A)(3), and verifies that those who complete the program have the entry level competencies referenced in R4-22-111.

B. A person seeking approval of a training program for medical assistants shall submit verification to the Board that the program meets the requirements in subsection (A).

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-111. Medical Assistants - Authorized Procedures

A medical assistant may, under the direct supervision of an osteopathic physician or a physician assistant, perform the medical procedures listed in the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs’ Standards and Guidelines for Medical Assisting Educational Programs, revised 2003, Section III(C)(3)(a) through (c). This material is incorporated by reference, does not include any later revisions, amendments or editions, is on file with the Board, and may be obtained at www.caahep.org. Additionally, a medical assistant working under the direct supervision of an osteopathic physician or physician assistant may:

1. Perform physical medicine modalities, including administering whirlpool treatments, diathermy treatments, electronic galvanic stimulation treatments, ultrasound therapy, massage therapy, and traction treatments;

2. Apply Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation units and hot and cold packs; and

3. Administer small volume nebulizers.

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-112. Medical Assistant Training Requirement

A. The supervising physician or physician assistant shall ensure that a medical assistant satisfies one of the following training requirements before the medical assistant is employed:

1. Completes an approved medical assistant training program,

2. Completes an unapproved medical assistant training program and passes a medical assistant examination administered by either the American Association of Medical Assistants or the American Medical Technologists, or

3. Completes a medical services training program of the Armed Forces of the United States.

B. This Section does not apply to a person who completed a medical assistant training program before the effective date of this Section and was employed continuously as a medical assistant since completing the program.

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-113. Repealed

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Section repealed by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-114. Repealed

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2). Section repealed by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2793, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2).

R4-22-115. Petitions for Rulemaking

Petitions to the Board pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1033 shall be made in writing by delivering or mailing to the Board a letter requesting the adoption of the rule. The letter shall state the purpose for the proposed rule, the name and address of the person requesting the adoption of the rule, and be signed by that person.

Historical Note

Adopted effective May 3, 1993 (Supp. 93-2).

ARTICLE 2. LICENSING AND TIME-FRAMES

R4-22-201. Reserved

R4-22-202. Reserved

R4-22-203. Reserved

R4-22-204. Reserved

R4-22-205. Reserved

R4-22-206. Reserved

R4-22-207. Continuing Medical Education; Waiver; Extension of Time to Complete

A. Under A.R.S. § 32-1825(B), a licensee is required to obtain 20 hours of Board-approved CME in each of the two years preceding license renewal. The Board shall approve the CME of a licensee if the CME complies with the following:

1. At least 12 hours are obtained annually by completing a CME classified by the AOA as Category 1A; and

2. No more than eight hours are obtained annually by completing a CME classified by the ACCME as Category 1.

B. During the first year that a licensee is licensed, the licensee may fulfill 20 hours of the CME requirement by participating in an approved residency, internship, fellowship, or preceptorship.

C. The Board shall accept the following documentation as evidence of compliance with the CME requirement:

1. For a CME under subsection (A)(1):

a. The AOA printout of the licensee’s CME; or

b. A copy of the certificate of attendance from the provider of the CME showing:

i. Licensee’s name,

ii. Title of the CME,

iii. Name of the provider of the CME,

iv. Category of the CME,

v. Number of hours in the CME, and

vi. Date of attendance;

2. For a CME under subsection (A)(2), a copy of the certificate of attendance from the provider of the CME showing the information listed in subsection (C)(1)(b); and

3. For a CME under subsection (B), either a letter from the Director of Medical Education or a certificate of completion for the approved internship, residency, fellowship, or preceptorship.

D. Waiver of CME requirements. To obtain a waiver under A.R.S. § 32-1825(C) of the CME requirements, a licensee shall submit to the Board a written request that includes the following:

1. The period for which the waiver is requested,

2. CME completed during the current license period and the documentation required under subsection (C), and

3. Reason that a waiver is needed and the applicable documentation:

a. For military service. A copy of current orders or a letter on official letterhead from the licensee’s commanding officer;

b. For absence from the United States. A copy of pages from the licensee’s passport showing exit and reentry dates;

c. For disability. A letter from the licensee’s treating physician stating the nature of the disability; or

d. For circumstances beyond the licensee’s control. A letter from the licensee stating the nature of the circumstances and any supporting documentation.

E. The Board shall grant a request for waiver of CME requirements that:

1. Is based on a reason listed in subsection (D)(3),

2. Is supported by the required documentation,

3. Is filed no sooner than 60 days before and no later than 30 days after the license renewal date, and

4. Will promote the safe and professional practice of osteopathy in this state.

F. Extension of time to complete CME requirements. To obtain an extension of time under A.R.S. § 32-1825(C) to complete the CME requirements, a licensee shall submit to the Board a written request that includes the following:

1. Ending date of the requested extension,

2. CME completed during the current license period and the documentation required under subsection (C),

3. Proof of registration for additional CME that is sufficient to enable the licensee to complete all CME required for license renewal before the end of the requested extension, and

4. Licensee’s attestation that the CME obtained under the extension will be reported only to fulfill the current license renewal requirement and will not be reported on a subsequent license renewal application.

G. The Board shall grant a request for an extension that:

1. Specifies an ending date no later than May 1,

2. Includes the required documentation and attestation,

3. Is submitted no sooner than 60 days before and no later than 30 days after the license renewal date, and

4. Will promote the safe and professional practice of osteopathy in this state.

Historical Note

Section R4-22-207 renumbered from R4-22-109 and amended by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 2765, effective September 9, 2006 (Supp. 06-3).

R4-22-208. Reserved

R4-22-209. Reserved

R4-22-210. Reserved

R4-22-211. Reserved

R4-22-212. Licensing Time-frames

A. The overall time-frame described in A.R.S. § 41-1072(2) for each type of license issued by the Board is listed in Table 1. An applicant and the Executive Director of the Board may agree in writing to extend the substantive review and overall time-frames by no more than 25 percent of the overall time-frame listed in Table 1.

B. The administrative completeness review time-frame described in A.R.S. § 41-1072(1) for each type of license issued by the Board is listed in Table 1. The administrative completeness review time-frame for a particular license begins on the date the Board receives an application package for that license.

1. If the application package is incomplete, the Board shall send to the applicant a written notice specifying the missing document or incomplete information. The administrative completeness review and overall time-frames are suspended from the postmark date on the notice until the date the Board receives the missing document or incomplete information.

2. If the application package is complete, the Board shall send to the applicant a written notice of administrative completeness.

3. If the Board grants or denies a license during the administrative completeness review time-frame, the Board shall not issue a separate written notice of administrative completeness.

C. The substantive review time-frame described in A.R.S. § 41-1072(3) for each type of license issued by the Board is listed in Table 1. The substantive review time-frame begins on the postmark date of the Board’s notice of administrative completeness.

1. During the substantive review time-frame, the Board may make one comprehensive written request for additional information or documentation. The substantive review and overall time-frames are suspended from the postmark date on the comprehensive written request for additional information or documentation until the Board receives the additional information or documentation.

2. The Board shall send a written notice of approval to an applicant who meets the requirements of A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 17 and this Chapter.

3. The Board shall send a written notice of denial to an applicant who fails to meet the requirements of A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 17 or this Chapter.

D. The Board shall administratively close an applicant’s file if the applicant fails to submit the information or documentation required under subsection (B)(1) or (C)(1) within 360 days from the date on which the application package was originally submitted. If an individual whose file is administratively closed wishes to be licensed, the individual shall file another application package and pay the application fee.

E. Under A.R.S. § 41-1073(E)(2), the Board is not establishing a time-frame for issuance of the following licenses because the Board shall grant or deny each license within seven days after receipt of an application:

1. Ninety-day extension of locum tenens registration under A.R.S. § 32-1823(C);

2. Waiver of continuing education requirements for a particular period under A.R.S. § 32-1825(C);

3. Extension of time to complete continuing education requirements under A.R.S. § 32-1825(C);

4. Annual registration of an approved internship, residency, clinical fellowship program, or short-term residency program under A.R.S. § 32-1826(A)(6);

5. Five-day educational training permit under A.R.S. § 32-1828; and

6. Extension of one-year renewable training permit under A.R.S. § 32-1829(B).

F. In computing any time-frame prescribed in this Section, the day of the act or event that begins the time-frame is not included. The computation includes intermediate Saturdays, Sundays, and official state holidays. If the last day of a time-frame falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or official state holiday, the next business day is the time-frame’s last day.

 

Table 1. Time-frames (in days)

Type of License

Statutory Authority

Overall Time-frame

Administrative Completeness Time-frame

Substantive Review Time-frame

License

A.R.S. § 32-1822

120

30

90

License Renewal

A.R.S. § 32-1825

120

30

90

90-day Locum Tenens Registration

A.R.S. § 32-1823

60

30

30

One-year Renewable Training Permit

A.R.S. § 32-1829(A)

60

30

30

Short-term Training Permit

A.R.S. § 32-1829(C)

60

30

30

One-year Training Permit at Approved School or Hospital

A.R.S. § 32-1830

60

30

30

Two-year Teaching License

A.R.S. § 32-1831

60

30

30

Registration to Dispense Drugs and Devices

A.R.S. § 32-1871

90

30

60

Renewal of Registration to
Dispense Drugs and Devices

A.R.S. §§ 32-1826(A)(11) and 32-1871

60

30

30

Authorization to Read or Interpret Mammographic Images

A.R.S. § 32-2842

60

30

30

Renewal of Authorization to Read or Interpret Mammographic Images

A.R.S. § 32-2842

60

30

30

Approval of Educational
Program for Medical
Assistants

A.R.S. § 32-1800(19)

60

30

30

Historical Note

New Section made by final rulemaking at 12 A.A.R. 1388, effective June 4, 2006 (Supp. 06-2).


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