This Week in Occupational Licensing, February 4th

This Week in Occupational Licensing, February 4th

News and Commentary

The Council on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation notes that South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and New Jersey have expanded vaccine administration authorization to additional health professionals.

Nathaniel Lacktman details Massachusetts’ telehealth legislation for Foley and Larder LLP, including credentialing by proxy.

Matthew Shatzkes and Ehiguina Borha provide an update on Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s telehealth legislation advocacy in the National Law Review.

Idaho’s consolidated licensing division has announced an efficacy and effectiveness focused budget reports Betsy Russell for the Idaho Press.

The Virginia Senate has voted to enter the state into the Occupational Therapy Interjurisdictional Licensure Compact writes Tyler Arnold for the Center Square.

KJZZ’s Daniel Woodruff presents the debate over a Utah bill that would eliminate cosmetology licensure for those who dry, style, arrange, shampoo, curl, or condition hair. The bill has passed the senate and moves to the house.

Maria Catanzarite describes a similar debate occurring over an Indiana bill for WNDU.

In JDSupra legal news, Martin Dix reviews Florida’s collaborative practice agreements allowing pharmacists to efficiently work with physicians.

James Hohman belief in the prospects for good-faith policy was reaffirmed by his podcast interview of a Nebraska legislator who sponsored a licensing review bill.

Sydney Kurle recounts Washington congressional testimony on a bill that would require advanced registered nurse practitioners to be reimbursed by health care providers at the same rate as physicians.

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