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LAW - OKLAHOMA ALLOPATHIC MEDICAL AND SURGICAL LICENSURE AND SUPERVISION ACT Title 59 O.S., Sections 480 - 518.1 - last updated Nov 1, 2019
Telemedicine Act (SB726) Effective November 1 2017
Complete copy of HB1804 Oklahoma Taxpayer Protection Act (OTPA), more commonly referred to as the Immigration Act, became effective on November 1st 2007.
Perinatal Hospice Reporting Statute - EFFECTIVE NOV 1, 2014
Oklahoma Health Care Providers' Responsibilities and Rights Under Certain Medical Treatment Laws
Oklahoma Health Care Providers' Responsibilities and Rights Under Certain Medical Treatment Laws (OMTLA) - HB2603
2018 Informed Consent Letter - regarding 63 O.S. § 1-738.2 - Voluntary and Informed Consent - Compliance by Physicians
Important Abortion Reporting Requirements - notice to Physicians in Oklahoma for 2017
Oklahoma Open Records Act - Title 51, Oklahoma Statutes §§ 24A.1-24A.24
Senate Bill 848 - regarding NEW Opioid Continuing Education Requirement

Rules

Rules:OKLAHOMA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE TITLE 435. STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE AND SUPERVISION - Amended 09/14/2018
OAC 435 Telemedicine rules adopted by the Board of Medical Licensure & Supervision on January 16, 2014 and effective September 12, 2014.
Physician/Patient Relationship - Effective 4-25-2010
OAC 435 Chapter 10-7-12. Establishing a physician/patient relationship; exceptions
OAC 435 Chapter 10-4-6 Regarding minimum passing USMLE Scores
Access to Medical Records, Copies, Waiver of Privilege - UPDATED
Intractable Pain Rule
Definition of Levels of Supervision other than PA and APN
Eligibility to Supervise Advanced Practice Nurse with Prescriptive Authority
Physician Assistant Prescriptive Authority
SUBCHAPTER 17. MEDICAL MICROPIGMENTATION RULE
Information for Patients and Their Families: Your Medical Treatment Rights Under Oklahoma Law updated Dec 22 2014

Proposed Rules / Notices

APRN Rule - proposed revisions will allow a physician to supervise up to six (6) Advanced Practice nurses and/or Physician Assistants in any combination.
APRN Rule - Impact Statement
APRN Rule - Notice of Rulemaking Intent

Policies

Personally Identifiable Information notice - describes how the board stores and uses Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Policy for MDs requesting permission to supervise additional mid-level practitioners. Adopted 06/27/2019.
Position Statement on Definition of Face to Face Encounter by Telemedicine in Oklahoma
TELEMEDICINE POLICY - MENTAL HEALTH 9/18/2008
Board Certification Equivalency Policy - Oklahoma Administrative code 435:10-7-2. Updated 06/29/2012
Policy - Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain
Affirmative Action Plan - Updated Nov 2009

Guidelines

New Oklahoma Statute on Perinatal Mental Health - Effective Nov. 1, 2019
MD Re-Entry Guidelines
Best Practices for Opioid Prescribing - SB 1446 went into effect Nov. 1, 2018. These guidelines will help you stay in compliance. - Revised 6/3/19
Sample Written Opioid policy - as required for the "Qualifying Opioid Patient" as described in SB 1446.
Sample Patient-Provider Agreement - Opioid Therapy Patient/Provider Agreement as described in SB 1446.
Opioid Fact Sheet for Patients - revised October 2018
Guidelines for Informed Consent - for prescription of Controlled Substances
FSMB Model Guidelines for the Recommendation of Marijuana in Patient Care - March 2019.
Guidelines for Office-Based Surgery and other Invasive Procedures
Position Statement and Guidelines regarding Sexual Misconduct
Prescribing on the Internet
Policy and Guidelines for Medical Spas & Aesthetic Procedures - 11-7-2008
Sample Letter - Terminating the Doctor/Patient Relationship - updated November 2011
Closing or Relocating the Physician’s Office
Medical Record Retention updated 06/2012
Assessment and Treatment Providers - updated January 2019
Choosing and implementing EHR/EMR systems? OFMQ's Health Information Technology Group OFMQHIT is dedicated to working with health care providers and small hospitals on choosing and implementing EHR systems. Please follow the link to their website.
Medical Office Audit Checklist This checklist is made available as a tool every doctor’s office can use to ensure proper settings are in place. Use of this checklist is optional - updated 5/7/2014
Guide to access online presentation to: Oklahoma Health Care Providers’ Responsibilities and rights Under Certain medical treatment Laws (HB2603)
Fact Sheet: Microblading
Oklahoma State Department of Health resource on: Microblading
U.S. Medical Regulatory Trends and Actions - Report published by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) about the work of the nation’s state medical boards and their mission of public protection. Also includes national data on physician licensure, discipline and demographic trends.