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House of Representatives
Session of 2017 - 2018 Regular Session

MEMORANDUM

Posted: March 1, 2018 02:17 PM
From: Representative Stephen Barrar
To: All House members
Subject: Amending the Chiropractic Practice Act (Act 188 of 1986)
 
In the near future I plan on introducing legislation to amend the Chiropractic Practice Act (Act 188 of 1986) to clarify requirements chiropractors must follow when delegating an activity or duty to unlicensed supportive personnel.

Currently, Section 601 of the Act authorizes chiropractors to delegate to unlicensed supportive personnel, provided the activities or duties don’t require the knowledge or skill of a chiropractor and they are performed under direct on-premises supervision. However, the statute doesn’t define the term “direct on-premises supervision” or establish any standards for what activities or duties may be delegated.

My legislation defines “direct on-premises supervision”, prohibits any delegation unless the supportive personnel is qualified to perform the activity and specifically authorizes delegation of adjunctive procedures.

Please join me in sponsoring this important piece of legislation. Thank You



Introduced as HB2272