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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 2021
Oklahoma Health Care Providers' Responsibilities and Rights Under Certain Medical Treatment Laws
Senate Bill 848 - regarding NEW Opioid Continuing Education Requirement

Rules

Rules:OKLAHOMA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE TITLE 435. STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE AND SUPERVISION - Effective 08/26/2021
Intractable Pain Rule
Eligibility to Supervise Advanced Practice Nurse with Prescriptive Authority (total of 6) - Updated
MEDICAL MICROPIGMENTATION RULES
Information for Patients and Their Families: Your Medical Treatment Rights Under Oklahoma Law updated Dec 22 2014
Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC) Rules - complete rules governing MD Compact licenses.

Proposed Rules / Notices

Proposed Administrative Rule Amendments to Title 435:15 pertaining to MD Delegation Ratio and Prescribing Schedule IIs by PAs.
Notice of Rulemaking Intent pertaining to above Title 435:15 rule amendments regarding MD Delegation Ratio and Prescribing Schedule IIs by PAs.
Rule Impact Statement pertaining to above Title 435:15 rule amendments regarding MD Delegation Ratio and Prescribing Schedule IIs by PAs.

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. Amendment Adopted June 2022.

Guidelines

Policy and Guidelines for Medical Spas & Aesthetic Procedures - 01-18-2024
Oklahoma Attorney General Opinion on Abortion Laws - Dated 11/21/23 - formal opinion today explaining that Oklahoma law does not allow pregnant women to be punished for seeking, performing or self-inducing an abortion to intentionally terminate their pregnancy. The updated guidance emphasizes that criminal prosecution should be pursued only for those who intentionally perform or assist with an elective or on-demand abortion in Oklahoma. The guidance makes clear that Oklahoma law authorizes abortion only to save the life of the mother, and protects the judgment of medical professionals in making such a determination.
Medical Board's Guidelines for complying with Oklahoma's new Abortion Laws.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION for Oklahoma Licensed Physicians - Updated March 10, 2023
Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances - Frequently Asked Questions. Included requirements going into effect 1/1/20 and Waiver eligibility.
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 - April 2016.
Guidelines for Office-Based Surgery and other Invasive Procedures
Sample Letter - Terminating the Doctor/Patient Relationship - updated November 2011
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
U.S. Medical Regulatory Trends and Actions - Link to the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) website regarding the work of the nation’s state medical boards and their mission of public protection.
Assessment and Treatment Providers Prior to seeking any board-ordered assessment or treatment, licensees should contact Board Secretary Billy H. Stout, MD, for guidance in selecting an appropriate and approved assessment and treatment provider. Dr. Stout may be contacted at (405) 962-1427 or bstout@okmedicalboard.org.
Annual PA Report - Listing of all Active PAs with their practice locations and supervisors.
Reporting Child Abuse brochure - State law requires every health care professional to promptly report suspected Child Abuse or neglect to the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS).