On March 31, 2020, the Governor issued Proclamation No. 38 JBE 2020, which suspends certain statutes and rules governing the licensing and exercise of APRN in the state. These provisions apply retroactively from March 11, 2020 and apply until April 30, 2020 or within the extended or closed period of a subsequent proclamation. In particular, during the last Parliament, legislation was introduced that would have prevented the SBSA from “limiting the right of an advanced and registered physician and nurse to participate in a collaborative practice agreement, as provided by R.S. 37:913.” See House Bill 1215, 2014 Regular Legislative Session. The legislation has not been passed. Therefore, the proposed LSBME rule should continue the rule-making process. Hospitals whose hospitals are occupied by mid-level doctors and providers should be aware of these rules that are part of the administrative regulatory process. The regulations would impose the most remarkable new requirements if the monitoring physician and the NRNPA do not share a training site. In these cases, the physician who requires monitoring would be limited to monitoring four APRNEs and should maintain a geographically located site to allow patient transfers by the NRNPA. See Proposed LAC 77:XLV.7715 (B).
In addition, the attending physician would be required to make quarterly visits to the APRN training site during office hours and to check 10% or 20 diagrams, depending on whether there are fewer, with the exception of physician collaboration for patients in a hospital, nursing home or hospice, which has been approved by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals. The effects of the draft rule are limited by a multitude of exceptions: hello, you saw that the governor of Tennessee issued an executive injunction in response to COVID`s national state of emergency, which gives all APRNes full power of practice. In addition, the order includes the need for insurance providers to cover medically necessary telemedicine visits This is the order: “The provisions of the Tennessee Code Annotated, Section 63-7-123, Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1000-04-04, Tenn. Comp. R.
& Regs. 0880-06-.01 by Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0880-06-03, and Tenn. Comp. R.
& Regs. 1050-02-.15 are suspended to the extent necessary to relieve nurses who have received a certificate of fitness to write and sign prescriptions or to issue medications under the following requirements: (1) filing a notification to the host board, who has the name of the nursing physician, the name of the medical officer, who collaborates with the nursing physician, and a copy of the formula that describes the categories of legendary and non-legend drugs that have The nurse (2) diagrams; and (3) every thirty (30) days of visiting sites far from cooperating doctors.