§11-113-20 - Medical review officer license

§11-113-20 Medical review officer license

         (a) For purposes of this chapter, a medical review officer must possess a current and valid medical review officer license from the director.

         (b) All requests for a license shall be in writing to the director.

         (c) To qualify for the license, a person must present evidence of being a physician licensed to practice medicine in this or another state, and of knowledge of substance abuse disorders. After review of an applicant's professional experience in substance abuse, the director may issue a license to the applicant.

         (d) The term of the license shall not be greater than twenty-four months from the date of issue.

         (e) Any physician licensed pursuant to this section shall possess a current physician's license at all times.

         (f) The director shall keep a current listing of all medical review officers practicing in the State. This listing may be sent to any third party upon written request.

        [Eff 1/23/92; am and comp OCT 19 2007 ] (Auth: HRS §§329B-2, 329B-4, 329B-5, 329B-8) (Imp: HRS §§329B-2, 329B-4, 329B-5)

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