IN HB1427 | 2018 | Regular Session

Status

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Introduced on January 16 2018 - 25% progression, died in committee
Action: 2018-01-16 - First reading: referred to Committee on Public Health
Pending: House Public Health Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]

Summary

Licensure of naturopathic physicians. Provides for the licensure of practitioners of naturopathic medicine. Specifies certain individuals who are not required to be licensed. Establishes the board of naturopathic medicine (board). Establishes license requirements. Requires licensed naturopathic doctors to obtain continuing education for license renewal. Requires a licensed naturopathic doctor, licensed health care provider, health care facility, state agency, and state or local law enforcement agency to file a complaint with the board if the person, based on personal knowledge or information, reasonably believes that a naturopathic doctor is or may be violating certain standards of practice. Provides that an individual

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Title

Licensure of naturopathic physicians. Provides for the licensure of practitioners of naturopathic medicine. Specifies certain individuals who are not required to be licensed. Establishes the board of naturopathic medicine (board). Establishes license requirements. Requires licensed naturopathic doctors to obtain continuing education for license renewal. Requires a licensed naturopathic doctor, licensed health care provider, health care facility, state agency, and state or local law enforcement agency to file a complaint with the board if the person, based on personal knowledge or information, reasonably believes that a naturopathic doctor is or may be violating certain standards of practice. Provides that an individual

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History

DateChamberAction
2018-01-16HouseFirst reading: referred to Committee on Public Health
2018-01-16HouseAuthored by Representative Lehe

Indiana State Sources


Bill Comments 750

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