Declaration of purpose.
Definition of practice of medicine—Engaging in practice of chiropractic prohibited, when.
Commission established—Membership—Qualifications—Duties and powers—Compensation—Order of removal—Vacancies.
Rules by commission—Successor to other boards.
Application of Uniform Disciplinary Act—Request for review of revocation order.
Application—Eligibility requirements—United States and Canadian graduates.
Application—Eligibility requirements—Foreign graduates.
Schools of medicine—Requirements for approval.
Record of proceedings of commission and of applications.
License renewal—Human trafficking information—Continuing education requirement—Failure to renew, procedure.
Inactive licenses—Renewal—Application of disciplinary provisions.
License without examination—Reciprocity—National board examinees—Fee.
Applicability of health regulations.
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Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedic—Definition.
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Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedic—Certification.
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Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedic—Liability.
Medical program directors—Certification.
Medical program directors—Termination—Temporary delegation of authority.
Medical program directors—Liability for acts or omissions of others.
Rendering emergency care—Immunity of physician or hospital from civil liability.
Disciplinary action against persons exempt from licensure.
Abortion—Right to medical treatment of infant born alive.
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Down syndrome—Parent information.
Impaired physician program—Definitions.
Impaired physician program—License surcharge—Payment of funds.
Impaired physician account—Created.
Impaired physician program—Procedures.
Impaired physician program—Evaluation of physician.
Impaired physician program—Entity records protected.
Report of malpractice payments by insurers.
Funds collected—Where deposited.
Allocation of all appropriated funds.
Secretary and commission relationship.
Commission to consider amending rules—Retired active physicians.
Pain management rules—Repeal—Adoption of new rules.
Commission—Information to legislature.
Repeal—1909 c 192.
Repeal—1957 c 60.