Chapter 246-918 WAC

Last Update: 11/16/18

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSMEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMISSION

WAC Sections

246-918-005Definitions.
246-918-007Application withdrawals.
246-918-035Prescriptions.
246-918-050Physician assistant qualifications for interim permits.
246-918-055Delegation agreements.
246-918-075Background check—Temporary practice permit.
246-918-076How to obtain a temporary practice permit—Military spouse.
246-918-080Physician assistant—Requirements for licensure.
246-918-081How to return to active status when a license has expired.
246-918-082Requirements for obtaining an allopathic physician assistant license for those who hold an active osteopathic physician assistant license.
246-918-095Scope of practice—Osteopathic alternate physician.
246-918-105Practice limitations due to disciplinary action.
246-918-120Remote site.
246-918-125Use of laser, light, radiofrequency, and plasma devices as applied to the skin.
246-918-126Nonsurgical medical cosmetic procedures.
246-918-130Physician assistant identification.
246-918-171Renewal and continuing medical education cycle.
246-918-175Retired active license.
246-918-180Continuing medical education requirements.
246-918-185Training in suicide assessment, treatment, and management.
246-918-250Basic physician assistant-surgical assistant (PASA) duties.
246-918-260Physician assistant-surgical assistant (PASA)—Use and supervision.
246-918-410Sexual misconduct.
246-918-420Abuse.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGGENERAL PROVISIONS
246-918-800Intent and scope.
246-918-801Exclusions.
246-918-802Definitions.
246-918-815Patient notification, secure storage, and disposal.
246-918-820Use of alternative modalities for pain treatment.
246-918-825Continuing education requirements for opioid prescribing.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGACUTE NONOPERATIVE PAIN AND ACUTE PERIOPERATIVE PAIN
246-918-830Patient evaluation and patient record—Acute nonoperative pain.
246-918-835Treatment plan—Acute nonoperative pain.
246-918-840Treatment plan—Acute perioperative pain.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGSUBACUTE PAIN
246-918-845Patient evaluation and patient record—Subacute pain.
246-918-850Treatment plan—Subacute pain.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGCHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT
246-918-855Patient evaluation and patient record—Chronic pain.
246-918-860Treatment plan—Chronic pain.
246-918-865Written agreement for treatment—Chronic pain.
246-918-870Periodic review—Chronic pain.
246-918-875Long-acting opioids—Chronic pain.
246-918-880Consultation—Recommendations and requirements—Chronic pain.
246-918-885Consultation—Exemptions for exigent and special circumstances—Chronic pain.
246-918-890Consultation—Exemptions for the physician assistant—Chronic pain.
246-918-895Pain management specialist—Chronic pain.
246-918-900Tapering considerations—Chronic pain.
246-918-905Patients with chronic pain, including those on high doses of opioids, establishing a relationship with a new physician assistant.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGSPECIAL POPULATIONS
246-918-910Special populations—Children or adolescent patients, pregnant patients, and aging populations.
246-918-915Episodic care of chronic opioid patients.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGCOPRESCRIBING
246-918-920Coprescribing of opioids with certain medications.
246-918-925Coprescribing of opioids for patients receiving medication assisted treatment.
246-918-930Coprescribing of naloxone.
OPIOID PRESCRIBINGPRESCRIPTION MONITORING PROGRAM
246-918-935Prescription monitoring program—Required registration, queries, and documentation.
FEES
246-918-990Physician assistants fees and renewal cycle.
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