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Title 246 WAC

Last Update: 3/18/14

HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF

Chapters

AGENCY DESCRIPTION
Description and organization.
State Environmental Policy Act—Guidelines.
Practice and procedure.
Administrative procedure—Adjudicative proceedings.
Model procedural rules for boards.
Administrative procedures and requirements for credentialed health care providers.
Uniform procedures for complaint resolution.
Whistleblower complaints in health care settings.
Standards of professional conduct.
Antitrust immunity and competitive oversight.
Coordinated quality improvement program.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Communicable and certain other diseases.
Notifiable conditions.
Cancer registry.
Immunization of child care and school children against certain vaccine-preventable diseases.
Contagious disease—School districts and childcare centers.
HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)
Early intervention program.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection—Occupational exposure notification.
Testing of good samaritans for certain infectious diseases.
Bloodborne pathogens in children placed in out-of-home care.
Body art, body piercing, electrology and tattooing standards for sterilization procedures and infection control.
TUBERCULOSIS
Tuberculosis—Prevention, treatment, and control.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
General sanitation.
Decontamination of illegal drug manufacturing or storage sites.
FOOD HANDLING
Food service.
Food worker cards.
RADIATION
Radiation protection—General provisions.
Radiation protection standards.
Radiation protection—Worker rights.
Radiation protection—Radiation machine assembly and registration.
Radiation protection—X rays in the healing arts.
Radiation safety and diagnostic image quality standards for dental facilities.
Radiation protection—Industrial X ray.
Radiation protection—Analytical X-ray equipment.
Radiation protection—Particle accelerators.
Packaging and transportation of radioactive material.
Radioactive material—Licensing applicability.
Radioactive materials—General licenses.
Radioactive materials—Specific licenses.
Radiation protection for subsequent use.
Radiation protection—Medical use of radioactive material.
Radiation protection—Industrial radiography.
Radiation protection—Wireline services.
Radioactive criteria for license termination.
Radiation protection—Air emissions.
Radioactive waste—Use of the commercial disposal site.
Radioactive waste—Licensing land disposal.
Radiation protection—Uranium and/or thorium milling.
Radiation protection—Fees.
RECREATIONAL WATER
Water recreation facilities.
Recreational water contact facilities.
SEWER SYSTEMS
Sewer systems—Certification of necessity for water district involvement.
Public sewage.
Wastewater and reclaimed water use fees.
On-site sewage systems.
Large on-site sewage system regulations.
On-site sewage system tanks.
On-site sewage system additives.
Greywater reuse for subsurface irrigation.
SHELLFISH
Recreational shellfish beaches.
Sanitary control of shellfish.
WATER SYSTEMS
Group A public water supplies.
Group B public water systems.
Waterworks operator certification.
Water System Coordination Act.
Drinking water operating permits.
Satellite system management agencies.
Drinking water state revolving fund loan program.
FACILITY STANDARDS AND LICENSING
Adverse health events.
Certification of independent review organizations (IROs).
Certificate of need.
Acquisition of nonprofit hospitals.
Construction review services.
Initial medicare certification survey fee schedule.
Hospital licensing regulations.
Private psychiatric and alcoholism hospitals.
Private alcohol and chemical dependency hospitals.
Childbirth centers.
Ambulatory surgical facilities.
In-home services agencies.
Residential treatment facility.
Medical test site rules.
Temporary worker housing.
Temporary worker housing construction standard.
Transient accommodations.
Cherry harvest camps.
Primary and secondary schools.
Environmental health and safety standards for primary and secondary schools. (Effective July 1, 2015.)
Outdoor music festivals.
Camps.
State institutional survey program.
Drinking water certification rules.
HEALTH INFORMATION
Hospitals—Assessments and related reports.
Hospital charity care.
Hospitals—System of accounting, financial reporting, budgeting, cost allocation.
Hospital patient discharge information reporting.
Prescription monitoring program.
Vital statistics.
Vital statistics—Certificates.
Handling of human remains.
HEALTH PROMOTION AND CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION
Rural health system project.
Physician visa waivers.
Volunteer retired provider malpractice insurance program.
LABORATORY
Newborn screening.
Prenatal tests—Congenital and heritable disorders.
PARENT/CHILD HEALTH
Coordinated children's services.
Auditory and visual standards—School districts.
Farmers' market nutrition program.
Special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children (WIC).
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND LICENSING
General provisions—Professionals.
East Asian medicine practitioner.
Chiropractic quality assurance commission.
Licensure for mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers.
Counselors.
Chemical dependency professionals and chemical dependency professionals trainees.
Board of denture technology.
Access to dental care for children.
Dental hygienists.
Dental quality assurance commission.
Dieticians or nutritionists.
Dispensing opticians.
Genetic counselors.
Health care assistants.
Medical assistants.
Hearing and speech.
Massage practitioners.
Certified reflexologists.
Midwives.
Naturopathic physicians.
Practical and registered nursing.
Nursing assistants.
Nursing assistants—Nursing homes—Nursing assistants training program.
Nursing home administrators.
Nursing pool.
Occupational therapists.
Ocularists.
Orthotics and prosthetics rules.
Optometrists.
Consumer access to vision care.
Osteopathic physicians and surgeons.
Osteopathic physicians' assistants.
Osteopathic physicians' acupuncture assistants.
Board of pharmacy—General.
Pharmacists—Internship requirements.
Standards of professional conduct.
Pharmacists—Professional pharmaceutical education.
Pharmacists—Licensing.
Pharmaceutical services—Extended care facility.
Impaired pharmacist rehabilitation.
Pharmacy licensing.
Electronic transmission of prescription information.
Pharmaceutical—Parenteral products for nonhospitalized patients.
Automated drug distribution devices.
Pharmacy—Hospital standards.
Pharmacy—Patient medication record systems.
Pharmaceutical—Sales prohibited.
Good compounding practices.
Pharmaceutical wholesalers.
Pharmacy—Prescription drug price advertising.
Pharmaceutical—Sales requiring prescriptions.
Pharmacy—Identification, imprints, markings, and labeling of legend drugs.
Animal control—Legend drugs and controlled substances.
Pharmacy—Regulations implementing the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
Medication assistance.
Pharmaceutical—Precursor substance control.
Pharmacy—Prophylactics.
Pharmacy—Good manufacturing practice for finished pharmaceuticals.
Pharmacy—Drug availability.
Pharmaceutical—Drug product substitution.
Pharmacy ancillary personnel.
Nuclear pharmacies and pharmacists.
Health care entities.
Pharmacy—Home dialysis program.
Pharmaceutical licensing periods and fees.
Physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
Licensure requirements for athletic trainers.
Physician assistants—Medical quality assurance commission.
Medical quality assurance commission.
Podiatric physicians and surgeons.
Psychologists.
Radiological technologists.
Recreation therapy.
Respiratory care practitioners.
Sex offender treatment provider.
Veterinarians—Veterinary board.
Standards of professional conduct.
Veterinary technicians.
Registered veterinary medication clerks.
Surgical technologist program.
Certified animal massage practitioner.
TRAUMA/EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Emergency medical services and trauma care systems.
Death with Dignity Act requirements.
Home care aide rules.