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This chapter may be cited as the Physician Assistant Licensing Act. Acts76th Leg. Acts79th Leg. A does not use the title "physician assistant" or the initials "P.
Acts84th Leg. Section et seq. The terms of four or five members, as applicable, expire on February 1 of each odd-numbered year.
The governor shall designate a physician assistant member of the physician assistant board as the presiding officer of the board to serve in that capacity at the will of the governor.
The physician assistant board shall select from its membership a secretary to serve a one-year term. The presiding officer shall then notify the governor and the attorney general that a potential ground for removal exists. If the potential ground for removal involves the presiding officer, the executive director shall notify the next highest ranking officer of the physician assistant board, who shall then notify the governor and the attorney general that a potential ground for removal exists.
A member of the physician assistant board is entitled to receive a per diem as set by legislative appropriation for each day that the member engages in the business of the board. Except as otherwise provided by this chapter, the physician assistant board is subject to Chapters andGovernment Code.
After hearing all evidence and arguments in an open meeting, the physician assistant board may conduct deliberations relating to a license application or disciplinary action in an executive session.
The board shall vote and announce its decision in open session. Added by Acts85th Leg. A laws relating to open meetings, public information, administrative procedure, and disclosing conflicts of interest; and B other laws applicable to members of the physician assistant board in performing their duties; and 6 any applicable ethics policies adopted by the physician assistant board or the Texas Ethics Commission.
The executive director shall distribute a copy of the training manual annually to each physician assistant board member. On receipt of the training manual, each board member shall sign and submit to the executive director a statement acknowledging receipt of the training manual. Added by Acts79th Leg.
Acts85th Leg. The physician assistant board shall: A licensing and other fees; B license renewal dates; and C procedures for disciplinary actions; 2 review and approve or reject each application for the issuance or renewal of a license; 3 issue each license; 4 deny, suspend, or revoke a license or otherwise discipline a license holder; and 5 take any action necessary to carry out the functions and duties of the physician assistant board under this chapter.
The guidelines must provide an opportunity for those individuals and groups to provide input before the physician assistant board submits the rule to the medical board for approval. If the physician assistant board was unable to solicit a significant amount of input from the public or affected persons early in the rulemaking process, the physician assistant board shall state in writing the reasons why the physician assistant board was unable to do so.
If approved, the rule may take effect. If the rule is rejected, the medical board shall return the rule to the physician assistant board for revision.
The physician assistant board shall in conjunction with the Texas Medical Board and the Texas Board of Nursing perform the functions and duties relating to prescriptive authority agreements assigned to the physician assistant board in Sections Added by Acts83rd Leg.
The physician assistant board shall establish and collect fees in amounts that are reasonable and necessary to cover the cost of administering this chapter. The physician assistant board shall fund the program by designating annually a portion of the revenue generated under this chapter from physician assistant licensing fees.
Amended by Acts77th Leg. Acts81st Leg. The physician assistant board shall adopt rules and guidelines as necessary to comply with Chapter 53except to the extent the requirements of this chapter are stricter than the requirements of Chapter Subject to the advice and approval of the medical board, the physician assistant board shall develop and implement policies that clearly separate the policy-making responsibilities of the physician assistant board and the management responsibilities of the executive director and the staff of the medical board.
Subject to the advice and approval of the medical board, the physician assistant board shall develop and implement policies that provide the public with a reasonable opportunity to appear before the physician assistant board and to speak on any issue under the jurisdiction of the physician assistant board.
The board shall maintain: Subject to the advice and approval of the medical board, the physician assistant board shall implement a policy requiring the physician assistant board to use appropriate technological solutions to improve the physician assistant board's ability to perform its functions.
The policy must ensure that the public is able to interact with the board on the Internet. A person may not practice as a physician assistant in this state unless the person holds a physician assistant license issued under this chapter. If the medical board employees determine that the applicant does not clearly meet all licensing requirements, the application shall be returned to the physician assistant board.
A license issued under this subsection does not require formal physician assistant board approval. The physician assistant board shall establish rules for the jurisprudence examination under Subsection a 6 regarding: A person is not required to hold a license issued under this chapter to practice as: A is licensed or registered in good standing in another state; B submits an application on a form prescribed by the board; and C pays the appropriate fee prescribed by the board; or 3 has graduated from an educational program for physician assistants or surgeon assistants described by Section GE Supplier Policies: For more details on a specific GE Policy, select the desired link below.
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