Osteopathic medicine and surgery examination.
Special purpose examination.
Acceptable intern or residency programs.
Continuing professional education required.
Categories of creditable continuing professional education activities.
Approved colleges and schools of osteopathic medicine and surgery.
Prior approval not required.
Prohibited publicity and advertising.
Permitted publicity and advertising.
Malpractice suit reporting.
General provisions for mandatory reporting rules.
Temporary practice permit.
Health care institutions.
Medical associations or societies.
Health care service contractors and disability insurance carriers.
State and federal agencies.
Professional review organizations.
Use of drugs or autotransfusion to enhance athletic ability.
AIDS education and training.
USMLE examination application deadline.
Definitions used relative to substance abuse monitoring.
Approval of substance abuse monitoring programs.
Participation in approved substance abuse monitoring program.
Examination appeal procedures.
Brief adjudicative proceedings—Denials based on failure to meet education, experience, or examination prerequisites for licensure.
Use of laser, light, radiofrequency, and plasma devices as applied to the skin.
Nonsurgical medical cosmetic procedures.
Safe and effective analgesia and anesthesia administration in office-based settings.
Written agreement for treatment.
Long-acting opioids, including methadone.
Consultation—Recommendations and requirements.
Consultation—Exemptions for exigent and special circumstances.
Consultation—Exemptions for the osteopathic physician.
Pain management specialist.
Osteopathic fees and renewal cycle.