Chapter 246-854 WAC

Last Update: 10/1/18

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS

WAC Sections

246-854-005Definitions.
246-854-007Application withdrawals.
246-854-010Approved training and additional skills or procedures.
246-854-015Use and supervision of an osteopathic physician assistant.
246-854-021Delegation agreements.
246-854-025Remote site.
246-854-030Prescriptions.
246-854-035Osteopathic physician assistant—Scope of practice.
246-854-075Background check—Temporary practice permit.
246-854-080Osteopathic physician assistant—Requirements for licensure.
246-854-081How to return to active status when a license has expired.
246-854-082Requirements for obtaining an osteopathic physician assistant license for those who hold an active allopathic physician assistant license.
246-854-085Osteopathic physician assistant interim permit—Qualifications and requirements.
246-854-095Scope of practice—Allopathic alternate physician.
246-854-105Practice limitations due to disciplinary action.
246-854-110Osteopathic physician assistant renewal and continuing medical education cycle.
246-854-112Retired active license.
246-854-115Continuing medical education requirements.
246-854-116Mandatory one-time training in suicide assessment, treatment, and management.
246-854-200Sexual misconduct.
246-854-210Abuse.
246-854-220Use of laser, light, radiofrequency, and plasma devices as applied to the skin.
246-854-230Nonsurgical medical cosmetic procedures.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGPRESCRIPTION MONITORING PROGRAM
246-854-240Intent and scope.
246-854-241Exclusions.
246-854-242Definitions.
246-854-255Patient notification, secure storage, and disposal.
246-854-260Use of alternative modalities for pain treatment.
246-854-265Continuing education requirements for opioid prescribing.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGACUTE NONOPERATIVE PAIN AND ACUTE PERIOPERATIVE PAIN
246-854-270Patient evaluation and patient record.
246-854-275Treatment plan—Acute nonoperative pain.
246-854-280Treatment plan—Acute perioperative pain.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGSUBACUTE PAIN
246-854-285Patient evaluation and patient record.
246-854-290Treatment plan—Subacute pain.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGCHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT
246-854-295Patient evaluation and patient record.
246-854-300Treatment plan.
246-854-305Written agreement for treatment.
246-854-310Periodic review.
246-854-315Consultation—Recommendations and requirements.
246-854-320Consultation—Exemptions for exigent and special circumstances.
246-854-325Consultation—Exemptions for the osteopathic physician assistant.
246-854-330Pain management specialist.
246-854-335Tapering requirements.
246-854-340Patients with chronic pain, including those on high doses, establishing a relationship with a new practitioner.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGSPECIAL POPULATIONS
246-854-345Special populations—Patients twenty-five years of age or under, pregnant patients, and aging populations.
246-854-350Episodic care of chronic opioid patients.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGCOPRESCRIBING
246-854-355Coprescribing of opioids with certain medications.
246-854-360Coprescribing of opioids for patients receiving medication assisted treatment.
246-854-365Coprescribing of naloxone.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGPRESCRIPTION MONITORING PROGRAM
246-854-370Prescription monitoring program—Required registration, queries, and documentation.
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