Or. Admin. R. 337-030-0005 - Enforcement, Investigations and Inspections

(1) Investigations
(a) Licensees must report violations of ORS 688.405 through 688.605 and OAR 337.
(b) Disciplinary issues concerning administrative matters (e.g., lapsed license, false information, etc.)
(c) Disciplinary issues concerning scope of practice and standards of practice
(2) OBMI may form temporary peer review committees (TPRC's) in the relevant modality or subspecialty to advise the board of appropriate action.
(3) TPRC's will consider disciplinary issues concerning scope of practice and standards of practice.
(4) Selection and appointment of TPRC's by OBMI
(a) Composition
(A) Two licensees holding similar credentials
(B) One physician experienced in applicable medical specialty and imaging modality
(C) One public OBMI member
(b) Authority TPRC's will make recommendations to the OBMI
(c) Responsibilities
(A) Review relevant medical information resulting from investigation
(B) If necessary, request additional information be provided
(d) OBMI to make final determination
(e) Privacy, Confidentiality, Discoverability of information from investigation, Temporary Peer Review Committee, or OBMI meetings Committee members must maintain confidentiality as provided by ORS 676.175
(f) Licensee compliance with investigation - Inspections. In addition to those requirements set out in ORS 688.595, licenses and permits shall be on file in the department in which the licensee or permit holder works and shall be made available for inspection by the Radiation Protection Services (RPS), Department of Human Services, State of Oregon.


Or. Admin. R. 337-030-0005
BRT 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 6-15-10

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