Fayetteville District | Supervising Physician Agreement
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Supervising Physician Agreement

Supervising Physician Agreement

You may submit, amend or terminate a practice agreement by registering with the Licensee`s Services and selecting “Practice Agreements”. If the relationship is currently stored as a description of the practice (approved before 2012), it must cease (see termination of the monitoring relationship below) and a new practice agreement must be submitted (see above). No COVID-19: OMB waives requirements for 8-hour surveillance of medical assistants during the months when Oregon is under a state of emergency declared due to the COVID-19 outbreak. During this emergency period, medical caregivers are not required to file a letter requesting the waiver. The caregiver and the PA must report online the termination of a monitoring relationship within 15 days of the termination of supervision. If the initial termination report is prepared either by the supervisory authority or by the AUTHORITY, both parties are informed by e-mail that a whistleblowing report has been initiated and the other party is responsible for filing an independent whistleblowing report (see SRO 847-050-0050). Once approved by the Board of Directors, a medical practitioner can benefit from the services of medical assistant (PA) under a contract of practice. A “practice contract” is a written agreement between a medical assistant and a medical practitioner or medical organization (SPO) that describes what the medical assistant will practice and how. The practice contract must be submitted to the board of directors within 10 days of the start of the practice by the medical assistant. NEW: To request the waiver of the requirement for 8-hour on-site assistance, a medical practitioner may file a letter indicating the need to renounce and a statement on the character and competence of the medical assistant. If the following qualifications are met, the Board of Directors may grant an exemption for the PA and the Medical Care Physician to meet monthly through synchronous technology and not in person: If the PA is supervised by a Supervising Physician Organization (SPO), the Primary Medical Officer must submit, amend and terminate the contract of practice.

If the relationship is currently registered as a practice contract (filed in 2012 or later), the attending physician must submit the details of the update online. . . .

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