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Chapter 18.57 RCW



HTMLPDF 18.57.001Definitions.
HTMLPDF 18.57.003State board of osteopathic medicine and surgeryMembershipQualificationsOfficersMeetingsCompensation and travel expensesRemoval.
HTMLPDF 18.57.005Powers and duties of board.
HTMLPDF 18.57.011Application of uniform disciplinary act.
HTMLPDF 18.57.015Osteopathic physician health programContentLicense surcharge.
HTMLPDF 18.57.020LicensesApplication requirements.
HTMLPDF 18.57.031License required.
HTMLPDF 18.57.035Postgraduate training licenses.
HTMLPDF 18.57.040Licensing exemptions.
HTMLPDF 18.57.045Inactive licenses.
HTMLPDF 18.57.050Renewal of licensesContinuing education requirementsInformation about current professional practice.
HTMLPDF 18.57.080Examinations.
HTMLPDF 18.57.083Maintenance of certification.
HTMLPDF 18.57.130Persons licensed by other statesRequirementsFees.
HTMLPDF 18.57.140Advertising regulations.
HTMLPDF 18.57.145Use of designations in combination with name.
HTMLPDF 18.57.150Applicability of health regulations.
HTMLPDF 18.57.160Unlawful practices.
HTMLPDF 18.57.245Insurer's report of malpractice payments.
HTMLPDF 18.57.285Pain management rulesRepealAdoption of new rules.
HTMLPDF 18.57.290Down syndromeParent information.
HTMLPDF 18.57.800Opioid drug prescribing rulesAdoption.
HTMLPDF 18.57.810Opioid drugsRight to refuse.
HTMLPDF 18.57.900Interchangeable terms.
HTMLPDF 18.57.910Repeal.


Actions against, limitation of: RCW 4.16.350.
Crimes relating to pregnancy and childbirth: RCW 9A.32.060.
Health professions accountFees creditedRequirements for biennial budget requestUnappropriated funds: RCW 43.70.320.
Lien of doctors: Chapter 60.44 RCW.
Rebating by practitioners of healing professions prohibited: Chapter 19.68 RCW.