(6) The performance of medical assistant duties, while the ability to do so is affected by alcohol, drugs, physical disability or mental instability. 18.145. Biennial registration requirements; Renewal of the medical assistance license. (a) A medical assistant may execute a written or oral prescription for medical treatment or issue a written or oral prescription for the performance of a medical system by a physician under the conditions of this section. (3) The patient has the right to be treated by the doctor if the patient wishes. (b) the medical assistant must meet the minimum standards for the ordering and administration of controlled substances in accordance with Article 16.92 (in terms of prescribing, administering and dispensing controlled substances). (a) A medical assistant cannot: (1) provide medical services, unless described in the written agreement. (2) Prescribing or dispensing drugs unless specified in the written agreement. (3) The conservation or management of a satellite site in accordance with 18.155 (with regard to satellite sites), unless maintenance or management is registered with the Board of Directors. (4) Independent practice or patient billing for services provided. (5) Delegate a task entrusted to him by the supervisory physician, independently, to another physician. (6) Write down his name independently in a telephone directory or other public use register in a manner that indicates that he is an independent practitioner. (7) Acupuncture, unless permitted by Section 13 (k) of the act (63 pp.
s. 422.13 (k)). (8) Perform an unsupervised medical service from a supervised physician. (4) The supervisory physician must contract the patient`s file within 10 days. 5. The medical assistant and the supervisory physician immediately give access to the written agreement to anyone wishing to confirm the power of the medical assistant to prescribe or deliver a medicine. The written agreement must list the categories of drugs that the medical assistant cannot prescribe. Monitoring – (i) personal supervision and management and responsibility for medical services provided by a medical assistant. The permanent physical presence of the supervisory physician is not necessary as long as the supervisory physician and medical assistant are or may be in easy contact by radio, telephone or other telecommunications equipment. (ii) An appropriate level of monitoring includes: (A) an active and continuous overview of the medical assistant`s activity to verify whether the doctor`s instructions are being applied. (B) Immediate availability of the supervisory physician to the medical assistant for necessary consultations. (C) Personal and regular checks within 10 days by the treating physician of the medical records on which the medical assistant responds.
b) The fee for the biennial registration of a medical assistance licence is set by the provisions of page 16.13 (with respect to licence, certification, examination and registration fees). b) the content of the statement. A separate statement must be made for each satellite site. The statement must show that: (1) The medical assistant is employed in an area of medical needs. (2) There is a possibility of direct communication between the medical assistant and the attending physician, and the distance between the place where the physician provides services and satellite location is not significant enough to prohibit or impede appropriate support services. 3. The treating physician reviews the progress of patient care, as needed, directly on the basis of the patient`s health and prognosis or at the patient`s request. 4. The supervising physician will visit the satellite site at least once every ten days and will devote sufficient time to the site to personally monitor and verify the records of selected patients that the medical assistant has seen in this environment.