CS/HB 665: Physicians/Osteopathic Physicians
GENERAL BILL by Farkas
Physicians/Osteopathic Physicians; revises methods & monetary amounts by which certain physician or osteopathic physician licensure applicants must demonstrate financial responsibility; provides additional escrow account requirements; removes provisions exempting said physicians from financial responsibility requirements; requires inclusion of licensed physician assistant on certain probable cause panels. Amends 458.320,.331, 459.0085,.015.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 House - Died in Committee on Judiciary (JC)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Health Care Regulation (HFC); Judiciary (JC); Health Care Appropriations (FC); Health & Families Council
• Introduced, referred to Health Care Regulation (HFC); Judiciary (JC); Health Care Appropriations (FC); Health & Families Council -HJ 00065
• On Committee agenda-- Health Care Regulation (HFC), 03/30/05, 9:00 am, 212-K
• Favorable with CS amendment by Health Care Regulation (HFC); YEAS 6 NAYS 4 -HJ 00488
• Pending review of CS under Rule 6.3(b); Now in Judiciary (JC) -HJ 00488
• Died in Committee on Judiciary (JC)
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