OAR 333-008 Revision History Summary

as of†† 12-15-2005

 

 

Permanent April 29, 1999

Attending physician defined as a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) licensed under ORS chapter 677 who has primary responsibility for the care and treatment of a person diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition.

 

Temporary August 10, 2001 through January 31, 2002

Attending physician defined as a physician who has established a physician/patient relationship with the patient, is licensed under ORS chapter 677, and who, with respect to a patient diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition:

 

(a) is primarily responsible for the care and treatment of the patient;

(b) is primarily responsible for recognized, medical specialty care and treatment of the patient;

(c) has been asked to consult and treat the patient by the patientís primary care physician; or,

(d) has reviewed a patientís medical records at the patientís request, has conducted a thorough physical examination of the patient, has provided a treatment plan and/or follow-up care, and has documented these activities in a patient file.

 

Permanent March 25, 2002

Attending physician defined as a physician who has established a physician/patient relationship with the patient, is licensed under ORS chapter 677, and who, with respect to a patient diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition:

 

(a) Is primarily responsible for the care and treatment of the patient;

(b) Is primarily responsible for providing medical specialty care and treatment of the patient as recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties;

(c) Has been asked to consult and treat the patient by the patientís primary care physician who is licensed under ORS 677, a Physician Assistant licensed under ORS 677, or a Nurse Practitioner licensed under ORS 678; or,

(d) Has reviewed a patientís medical records at the patientís request, has conducted a thorough physical examination of the patient, has provided or planned follow-up care, and has documented these activities in the patientís medical record.

Permanent July 1, 2003

Attending physician defined as a physician who has established a physician/patient relationship with the patient, is licensed under ORS chapter 677, and who, with respect to a patient diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition:

 

(a) Is primarily responsible for the care and treatment of the patient;

(b) Is primarily responsible for providing medical specialty care and treatment of the patient as recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties;

(c) Has been asked to consult and treat the patient by the patientís primary care physician who is licensed under ORS Chapter 677, a Physician Assistant licensed under ORS Chapter 677, or a Nurse Practitioner licensed under ORS Chapter 678; or,

(d) Has reviewed a patientís medical records at the patientís request, has conducted a thorough physical examination of the patient, has provided or planned follow-up care, and has documented these activities in the patientís medical record.