4730.20 Expiration and renewal of supervision agreement.

(A) The state medical board's approval of a supervision agreement expires on the thirty-first day of January of each odd-numbered year and may be renewed. A supervising physician seeking renewal of the board's approval of a supervision agreement shall submit to the board an application for renewal on forms prescribed and furnished by the board. The application shall be accompanied by a renewal fee of twenty-five dollars. Renewal fees shall be deposited in accordance with section 4731.24 of the Revised Code.

(B) For the board's approval of a supervision agreement to be renewed under this section, all of the following apply:

(1) The applicant shall submit a signed statement on a form prescribed by the board specifying that the physician intends to continue supervising the one or more physician assistants specified in the agreement.

(2) Each of the physician assistants specified in the agreement shall hold a current certificate to practice as a physician assistant.

(3) If physician-delegated prescriptive authority will be granted to one or more physician assistants under the supervision agreement, each of the physician assistants shall hold a valid certificate to prescribe issued under this chapter.

(C) The board shall renew its approval of the supervision agreement if the fee has been paid and the requirements specified in division (B) of this section have been met.

Cite as R.C. § 4730.20

History. Effective Date: 05-17-2006