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Examination on Maryland Physical Therapy Law. An applicant who fails the examination on the Maryland Physical Therapy Practice Act and associated regulations shall: When the applicant has met all the requirements for licensure, the Board may issue a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant license to the applicant.
A duplicate license shall be issued for a lost, stolen, or destroyed license provided the licensee: The Board may refuse to grant a license to any applicant who begins practice as a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant before being licensed to practice in Maryland.
Practice after the date of expiration of the license is prohibited.
An applicant shall complete the application process within 1 year of the date of the paid application or reapply for licensure. The Board may refuse to grant or renew a license to an applicant who has failed to pay all outstanding fees to the Board.
Administrative History Effective date: December 25, 1: The physical therapist and physical therapist assistant shall provide care, regardless of race, creed, color, age, sex, or national origin of the patient.
The physical therapist and the physical therapist assistant shall respect the dignity of the patient. The physical therapist and physical therapist assistant shall protect the patient's right to privacy by not divulging confidential information without consent of the patient or guardian unless required by law.
The physical therapist shall provide information about fees upon request by the patient. The physical therapist may not dispense or supply physical therapy equipment unless it is in the best interest of the patient. The physical therapist and physical therapist assistant shall report to the Board of Physical Therapy Examiners all information that indicates a person is allegedly performing, or aiding and abetting, the illegal or unsafe practice of physical therapy.
The physical therapist and the physical therapist assistant shall comply with the probationary conditions of a Board order. A licensee shall notify the Board in writing within 60 days if any license, certificate, permit, or registration granted by another state for the practice of physical therapy or limited physical therapy has been limited, restricted, suspended, revoked, or subjected to other disciplinary action by the licensing or certifying authority.
The physical therapist or physical therapist assistant may not knowingly or willfully destroy, damage, alter, obliterate, or otherwise obscure a medical record or billing record or other information about a patient in an effort to conceal the information from use as evidence in an administrative, civil, or criminal proceeding.
The physical therapist or physical therapist assistant may not intimidate or influence any person to withhold or change testimony in hearings or proceedings before the Board or those otherwise delegated to the Office of Administrative Hearings.
The physical therapist or physical therapist assistant may not hinder, prevent, or otherwise delay any person from making information available to the Board in furtherance of any investigation of the Board.
A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant may not engage in sexual misconduct.A discharge summary will be completed by the Licensed Independent Practitioner within 15 days of the patient’s discharge and sent to appropriate aftercare providers (see MSH policy HI, Discharge Summary).
HISTORY AND PHYSICAL CHIEF COMPLAINT: Chest pain. HISTORY OF THE PRESENT ILLNESS: ___ 11.07.2019 is a year-old female who has lupus, Crohn’s disease, and history of coagulopathy who has had chest pain with exertion for the past four days.
Drug Medi-Cal Beneficiary Record Requirements.
PRESENTATION OUTLINE • PSPP Review Overview • Admission/Physical Exam Discharge summary 7. Evidence of compliance with each treatment by either a physical examination or, assessment • Review of beneficiary’s medical, substance abuse. Detection of abnormalities during physical examination may mean that a biopsy is needed, even if imaging shows no abnormalities.
Red flags. A unilateral discharge from the nipple, especially if it is bloody and/or occurs spontaneously. Testing. Imaging tests are used for. Improvements in the quality of radiology diagnostic equipment, such as those for ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance image (MRI), as well as the popularization of regular medical checkups, have decreased the dependency on physical examination .
I was amazed to find he billed Medicare for H&P, daily visits and discharge summary. His H&P had to be a copy of the pulmonary note and documented activities he did not perform.
The dictation included history, extensive exam and documented physical examination. I do not know what time was spent monitoring my condition and directing.