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Event Details

Date 2018/02/08 - 2018/02/08
Time 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Recurring
Event status
Handicap access, ADA Contact info: Ahlani Quiogue, 808-586-2699, medical@dcca.hawaii.gov
Title Hawaii Medical Board Meeting
Location King Kalakaua Conference Room, King Kalakaua Building, 335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813
This event was posted on 02/02/2018 02:26 PM
This event was last updated on 02/02/2018 02:26 PM

HAWAII MEDICAL BOARD

Professional and Vocational Licensing Division

Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

State of Hawaii

 

AGENDA

 

Date:               Thursday, February 8, 2018

 

Time:               1:00 p.m.

 

Place:              King Kalakaua Conference Room

HRH King Kalakaua Building

335 Merchant Street, First Floor

Honolulu, HI 96813

 

 

1.            Call to Order

 

2.            Approval of the Minutes of the January 8, 2018 Meeting

 

The Board may enter into Executive Session to consult with the Board’s attorney on questions and issues pertaining to the Board’s powers, duties, privileges, immunities, and liabilities in accordance with Hawaii Revised Statute (“HRS”) section 92-5(a)(4).

 

3.            Adjudicatory Matters:

 

a.              In the Matter of the License to Practice Medicine of Troy M. DeNunzio, D.O.; MED 2016-217-L

 

4.            Applications for License/Certification:

 

a.            Applications:

 

The Board will enter into Executive Session pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §§ 92-5(a)(1) and 92-5(a)(4) to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for professional or vocational licenses cited in section 26-9 or both and to consult with the board’s attorney on questions and issues pertaining to the board’s powers, duties, privileges, immunities, and liabilities.  

 

(i)            Physician:

 

a.            John D. McArthur, M.D.

 

b.            Jennifer K. Akamine, M.D.

 

c.             Aaron B. Boor, D.O.

 

d.            Jeffrey L. Galitz, M.D.

 

e.            Kevin G. Kaiser, M.D.

 

f.              Franklin C-H. Lee, M.D.

 

g.            Joyce W. Mobley, M.D.

 

h.            Meredith L. Peake, M.D.

 

i.              Martin A. Senicki, D.O.

 

j.              Alexandra G. Takayesu, M.D.

 

k.             Michael S.S. Yoon, M.D.

 

 

b.            Ratification Lists (See attached lists)

 

(i)            List

 

5.            Correspondence:

 

a.            Letter dated January 16, 2018, from Leslie K. Iczkovitz, regarding the Hawaii Medical Board’s authority to issue pain management guidelines and/or informed consent requirements regarding recognized alternative treatments to address the opioid epidemic.  

 

6.            2018 Legislation:

 

a.            SB2653 / HB2059 Relating to Chapter 453, Hawaii Revised Statutes

 

Establishes licensing requirements by endorsement for physicians, surgeons, and osteopathic physicians to practice medicine in Hawaii. 

 

b.            SB3074 / HB2578 Relating to Physician Assistants

 

Requires continuing education for physician assistants to renew their licenses. Prohibits the Hawaii Medical Board from requiring a physician assistant to maintain or receive certification by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants to satisfy the requirement for continuing education or for license renewal.

 

c.             SB2298 / HB1967 Relating to Healthcare Preceptor Tax Credits

 

Allows advanced practice registered nurses, physicians, dentists, and pharmacists to receive tax credits for acting as preceptors in volunteer-based supervised clinical training rotations provided to eligible students that enable the students to obtain an eligible healthcare professional degree or certificate.

 

d.          HB2465 Relating to Medical Education

 

Requires the Department of Health to conduct a study regarding a pilot program to pay for Hawaii residents to attend the College of Medicine of the University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur in exchange for a commitment to practice medicine in Hawaii after graduation.

 

e.            DC113 Report; Annual Report on the Findings from the Hawaii Physician Workforce Assessment Project; University of Hawaii

 

f.              SB141, SD2, HD1 Relating to Physician Workforce Assessment

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Allows the John A. Burns School of Medicine to continue receiving revenues from the physician workforce assessment fee until June 30, 2027, for ongoing physician workforce assessment and planning to support the recruitment and retention of physicians in the State, particularly those in rural and medically underserved areas.

 

e.            SB1026 / HB1160 Relating to Physician Workforce Assessment

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Enables the John A. Burns School of Medicine to continue receiving into the John A. Burns School of Medicine special fund a portion of the physician workforce assessment fee to support physician workforce assessment and planning efforts, including recruitment and retention of physicians, especially those serving rural and medically underserved areas of the State.

 

f.              SB728 Relating to the John A. Burns School of Medicine Special Fund

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Permits moneys in the John A. Burns school of medicine special fund to be used for loan repayment for certain health care professionals. Removes the cap on expenditures from the special fund. Removes the sunset date from the physician workforce assessment fee and related requirements for use of moneys in the John A. Burns school of medicine special fund.

 

g.            SB735 Relating to the Health Corps Program

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Appropriates funds for the implementation and administration of the Hawaii health corps program that provides loan repayment for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, psychologists, and social workers who agree to work in a federally designated health professional shortage area or an area of Hawaii found to be underserved.

 

h.            SB1078, SD1 Relating to Loan Repayment for Health Care Professionals

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Makes an appropriation for the Hawaii rural health care provider loan repayment program administered through the John A. Burns School of Medicine.

 

**HB916, HD1, SD2, CD1, Passed out as Act 058, SLH 2017

 

i.              SB184 Relating to Health

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Provides an income tax credit to primary health care providers that recruit and employ licensed nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and psychologists to provide primary health care services.

 

j.              SB2071 Relating to Medicine

 

Requires the John A. Burns school of medicine to convene a working group to discuss nutrition and lifestyle behavior changes for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. Requires a report to the legislature prior to the convening of the regular session of 2020.

 

k.             SB784 Relating to Medicine

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires the John A. Burns school of medicine to convene a working group to discuss nutrition and lifestyle behavior for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. Requires a report to the legislature prior to the convening of the regular session of 2019.

 

l.              SB740 Relating to Health

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Designates specific professional identifications that may be used by certain persons to advertise, announce, or imply that they are prepared or qualified to practice a particular type of healing art in the State.

           

m.           SB191 Relating to Health Care Practitioner Transparency

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires advertisements for health care services that name a health care practitioner to identify the type of license held by the health care practitioner and be free of deceptive and misleading information. Requires health care practitioners to conspicuously post and affirmatively communicate the practitioner's specific license and related information.

 

n.            SB726 Relating to Health Care Practitioners

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires health care providers to conspicuously post and communicate their specific type of licensure in their offices, communicate that information to patients in their practices, and include that information in their advertising. Imposes penalties for licensed health care providers who include deceptive or misleading information about their qualifications in their advertising, or misrepresent their qualifications to patients.

 

o.            SB738 Relating to Health Care Practitioners

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires specified health care practitioners to disclose to patients the practitioner's name, license, highest level of academic degree, and board certification, where applicable.

 

p.            HB1484, HD2 Relating to Assault

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Establishes the offense of assault in the second degree if a person intentionally or knowingly causes bodily injury to a health care professional, as defined in section 451D-2, Hawaii Revised Statutes, who is engaged in the performance of duty at the time of the assault.

 

q.            SB2374 Relating to Community Paramedic Services

 

Establishes and appropriates funds for a three-year community paramedic services pilot program. Establishes reporting requirements. Repeals December 31, 2021.

 

r.             HB216 Relating to Community Paramedic Services

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Implements the recommendations of the working group convened pursuant to House Concurrent Resolution No. 90, Regular Session of 2016, by establishing and appropriating funds for a three-year community paramedic services pilot program. Requires a report to the Legislature before the Regular Session of 2021.

 

HCR 90 Requesting the Chief of the Dept. of Health Emergency Medical Services and Injury Prevention System Branch to Convene and Chair a Working Group to Develop a Community Paramedic Program, Including Educational Standards for Certifications, to Alleviate Emergency Services from Responding to Non-Emergency Calls.   

 

s.             HB1410, HD2, SD2 Relating to Emergency Medical Services

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Repeals the Emergency Medical Services Special Fund and appropriates an equal amount of general funds to the Department of Health for emergency medical services. Appropriates funds for community paramedic services. Effective 7/1/2090.

 

t.              SB347, SD1, HD1 / HB527, HD1, SD2 Relating to Mobile Clinics

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Appropriates funds for establishing, staffing, and operating two mobile clinics to serve the homeless population.

 

u.            HB2251 Relating to Authorized OVUII Blood Draws by Paramedics

 

Allows emergency medical services personnel to draw blood at the scene of an automobile accident potentially involving an intoxicated driver, if conditions of existing blood draw statute §291E-21 are met.

 

v.             HB2148 Relating to Minors

 

Prohibits teachers and persons who are licensed to provide professional counseling from engaging in or advertising sexual orientation change efforts on students and persons under eighteen years of age.

 

w.           SB270 / HB1266 / HB800 Relating to Minors

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Prohibits persons licensed to provide professional counseling from engaging in, attempting to engage in, or advertising sexual orientation change efforts on persons under 18 years of age.

 

x.             HB2202 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

 

Provides that a duly qualified physician or duly qualified surgeon selected and paid for by an employer to perform a medical examination on an employee relating to a work injury under workers' compensation shall be duly qualified to treat the injury being examined, possess medical malpractice insurance, and owe the same duty of care to the injured employee as to a traditional patient.

 

y.             SB741 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires a workers' compensation impartial exam to be conducted by a doctor whose specialty is appropriate for the injury to be examined in cases where the director of labor and industrial relations appoints a doctor to conduct an exam. Appropriates funds for the purpose of this measure.

 

z.             SB2358 / HB1631 Relating to Workers’ Compensation Prescription Drug Reimbursement

 

Limits physician-dispensed prescription drugs in workers' compensation claims to the first 30 days from the work injury date. Lowers the reimbursement rates of prescription drugs in workers' compensation claims.

 

aa.          HB1181, HD2, SD1 Relating to Workers’ Compensation Prescription Drug Reimbursement

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires an opioid therapy informed consent process agreement to be executed conditions. Requires the harm reduction services branch of the department of health to develop and make available a template of an opioid therapy informed consent process agreement and advise the department of labor and industrial relations on the contents of the agreement. Restricts the provision of physician-dispensed prescription drugs to an unspecified time following injury. Specifies that the reimbursement rate for prescription drugs in the workers' compensation system shall be one hundred and one percent of the average wholesale price. Restricts the provision of physician-dispensed prescription drugs to a specified time following injury. Specifies that reimbursements for any schedule II drug under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act prescribed by a physician shall be limited to an initial seven-day supply. Effective July 1, 2050.

 

bb.          SB253 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires, among other things, independent medical examinations and permanent impairment rating examinations for workers' compensation claims to be performed by physicians mutually agreed upon by employers and employees or appointed by the director of labor and industrial relations. Allows for the use of an out-of-state physician under certain conditions. Appropriates funds for positions to assist with workers' compensation claims. Effective January 1, 2018. Repeals on June 30, 2023.

 

cc.          SB2365 / HB1694 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

 

Allows employer and employee to mutually agree to an independent medical examiner or permanent impairment rating examiner. An out-of-state physician may conduct the examination upon approval by the Director of Labor and Industrial Relations (Director) or when an employee resides out-of-state. Without the parties' mutual agreement, the Director shall appoint the physician who shall be paid from funds appropriated by the Legislature. Defines "medical stability."

 

dd.          SB731 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Provides that an independent medical examination and permanent impairment rating examination shall be conducted by a qualified physician selected by the mutual agreement of the parties. Provides a process for appointment in the event that there is no mutual agreement.

 

ee.          SB330 / HB705 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Reduces repackaged, relabeled, and compounded prescription drug payments under workers' compensation from 140% to 90% of the average wholesale price. Requires physician dispensed prescription drugs to only be prescribed within 90 days of the injury.

 

ff.            SB983, SD1 / HB1117 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Limits reimbursements for compounded prescription drugs to $1,000 in a thirty-day period. Limits reimbursements for any schedule II drug under chapter 329, Uniform Controlled Substances Act, Hawaii Revised Statues, dispensed by a physician to a one-time thirty-day supply upon the first visit.

 

gg.          HB977 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

Defines duly qualified physician or surgeon. Allows an employee to record medical examinations of the employee that are ordered by the Director of Labor and Industrial Relations. Allows employees to have a chaperone present at medical examinations.

 

hh.          HB1118 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Amends the definition of "physician" in workers' compensation law to include advanced practice registered nurses.

 

**SB984, HD1, CD1, Passed out as Act 153, SLH 2017 

 

ii.             SB1116 / HB980 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Provides that an independent medical examination and permanent impairment rating examination shall be conducted by a qualified chiropractor or physician selected by the mutual agreement of the parties. Provides a process for appointment in the event that there is no mutual agreement.

 

jj.             HB1592 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Provides for workers' compensation claims that an employer may appoint, at the employer's expense, a qualified physician selected by the mutual agreement of the parties to conduct an inhb26dependent medical examination or permanent impairment rating examination. Provides a process for appointment in the event that there is no mutual agreement.

 

kk.          HB1602 Relating to Opioids

 

Requires that persons who sell opioid drugs must also provide a label warning of the risks of addiction and death.

 

ll.             HB1603 Relating to Health Insurance

 

Requires health insurers, mutual benefit societies, and health maintenance organizations to provide health care coverage and benefits for a minimum of 6 months of inpatient and outpatient treatment for opioid dependence beginning after December 31, 2018.

 

mm.       HB2032 Relating to Controlled Substances

 

Clarifies that treatment drugs such as suboxone may be used in the maintenance or detoxification of narcotic dependent persons.

 

nn.          SB2646 / HB2531 Relating to Prescription Drugs

 

Requires prescribers of certain controlled substances to consult the electronic prescription accountability system before issuing a prescription for the controlled substance.

 

oo.          SB2811 / HB2384 Relating to the Uniform Controlled Substances Act

 

Updates chapter 329, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as follows: amends sections 329-16 and 329-38(h) to be consistent with federal law, by allowing prescribing authorization of drugs which include buprenorphine and naloxone to patients undergoing "medically managed withdrawal", also known as "detoxification treatment" and "maintenance treatment" by practitioners who are properly registered.

 

pp.          SB2818 / HB2391 Relating to the Uniformed Controlled Substances Act

 

Amends section 329-104(c), Hawaii Revised Statutes, to allow the Department of Public Safety Narcotics Enforcement Division Administrator to disclose, at his discretion, confidential information from the Electronic Prescription Accountability System, more commonly known as the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, to authorized employees of the Department of Health Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division and the Emergency Medical Services and Injury Prevention Systems Branch.

 

qq.          HB797 Relating to Pharmacies

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Authorizes pharmacies to dispense controlled substances, other than Schedule II substances, without an authorization to refill a prescription under limited conditions.

 

rr.            SB190, SD1 Relating to the Controlled Substances Act

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Amends Hawaii's controlled substances act to mirror federal regulations, which permit qualified practitioners to administer, dispense, and prescribe any schedule II, III, IV, or V narcotic drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as a medically-managed withdrawal treatment, otherwise known as a detoxification treatment, or maintenance treatment; provided the practitioner complies with federal and state requirements. Allows physicians under certain circumstances to administer narcotic drugs to relieve acute withdrawal symptoms for not more than three days and to treat a person as an incidental adjunct to medical or surgical treatment.

 

ss.          SB868, SD1 / HB1316

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Amends Hawaii's controlled substances act to mirror federal regulations, which permit qualified practitioners to administer, dispense, and prescribe any schedule II, III, IV, or V narcotic drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as a medically-managed withdrawal treatment, otherwise known as a detoxification treatment, or maintenance treatment; provided the practitioner complies with specific federal requirements. Allows physicians under certain circumstances to administer narcotic drugs to relieve acute withdrawal symptoms for not more than three days and to treat a person as an incidental adjunct to medical or surgical treatment. Effective July 1, 2050.

 

tt.            SB504 / HB666 Relating to Controlled Substances

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Limits initial prescriptions for opioids and benzodiazepines to a maximum of seven consecutive days.

 

uu.          SB998 / HB1132, HD1 Relating to the Uniform Controlled Substances Act

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Updates the State Uniform Controlled Substance Act consistent with federal law to authorize the prescription of drugs including buprenorphine and naloxone for detoxification treatment and maintenance treatment. Deposits fines for violation of the Act into the Controlled Substance Registration Revolving Fund.

 

vv.          HB2145 Relating to Medication Synchronization

 

Requires health insurance and hospital and medical service plans that provide prescription drug benefits to apply prorated daily cost-sharing rates for prescriptions dispensed by pharmacies.

 

ww.        HB1288 Relating to Licensure for Certified Professional Midwives

 

Establishes licensure requirements for the practice of midwifery. Requires the Director of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to adopt rules regulating the practice of midwifery.

 

xx.          HB2184 Relating to the Licensure of Midwives

Establishes the criteria for licensure of midwives by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. Provides for interim rules for continuing education requirements, standards of professional conduct, prescriptive authority, and penalties for violations. Appropriates funds.

 

yy.          SB2294 Relating to the Licensure of Midwives

 

Establishes the criteria for licensure of midwives by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. Provides for interim rules for continuing education requirements, standards of professional conduct, prescriptive authority, and penalties for violations. Appropriates funds.

 

zz.          SB1312, SD2 Relating to Licensure of Midwives

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Establishes the board of midwifery to regulate the practice of midwifery by certified midwives and certified professional midwives. Requires licensing of certified midwives and certified professional midwives to commence beginning on July 1, 2020. Requires the department of commerce and consumer affairs to convene a working group of interested stakeholders and submit a report to the legislature. Effective July 1, 2050.

 

aaa.       SB2718 / HB2729 Relating to Cannabis for Medical Use

 

Amends the reciprocity program, subject to certain safeguards, reporting and transparency requirements, and payment of a visiting patient certifying fee. Extends the maximum period of validity of a qualifying patient's written certification of a debilitating medical condition. Allows a bona fide physician-patient or advanced practice registered nurse-patient relationship to be established via telehealth. Adds certain devices that provide safe pulmonary administration to the list of medical cannabis products that may be manufactured and distributed. Increases the tetrahydrocannabinol limit per pack or container of certain manufactured cannabis products. Exempts from the background check requirement employees of a dispensary or subcontracted production center or retail dispensing location without direct access, contact, or exposure to any cannabis or manufactured cannabis product. Conditions the department of health's mandatory disclosure of information and documents of dispensaries and production centers, for purposes of verifying qualifying patient information, only upon receipt of a legally authorized subpoena.

 

bbb.       SB120 / HB170 Relating to the Scheduling of Marijuana

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires the Department of Public Safety to reassess the classification of marijuana as a Schedule I drug under state law and to report its findings to the Legislature.

 

ccc.        HB922 Relating to Marijuana

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Requires DCCA to submit annual report regarding physician discipline related to medical marijuana certifications. Requires DOH to submit monthly report on medical marijuana certifications. Requires Hawaii medical board to investigate potential misconduct regarding medical marijuana, take appropriate disciplinary action, and submit annual report.

 

ddd.       HB1893 Relating to Health

 

Includes the medical use of cannabidiol products as allowable medical uses of cannabis for opioid use disorder.

 

eee.       SB174, SD2, HD2 Relating to Medical Marijuana

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Amends the definition of debilitating medical condition to include lupus, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and arthritis as conditions that qualify for the legal use of medical marijuana.

 

fff.           SB1159, SD1

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Establishes the Office of Medical Marijuana Administration in DOH to administer marijuana dispensary licensing and regulation, and patient registration. Limits each location used to cultivate marijuana to use by five qualifying patients. Authorizes primary caregivers to cultivate marijuana for qualifying patients until December 31, 2020. Extends civil service exemptions. Extends interim rulemaking authority. Authorizes an alternate medical marijuana dispensary tracking system for use when the DOH computer tracking system in nonfunctional and requires DOH to report to the legislative oversight working group. Adds considerations for establishing marijuana testing standards and selecting additional dispensary licensees. Allows DOH to consider whether existing dispensary licensees shall be allowed to increase plant count, increase the number of production centers, or increase the number of retail dispensing locations. Requires retention of video security recordings of production centers and dispensaries for not less than 45 days. Effective 7/1/2050.

 

** HB1488, HD1, SD1, CD1 Passed out as Act 041, SLH 2017

 

ggg.       SB2727 Related to Health

 

Establishes a medical aid in dying act that establishes a regulatory process under which an adult resident of the State with a medically confirmed terminal disease may obtain a prescription for medication to be self-administered to end the patient's life.

 

hhh.       HB2218 Relating to Voluntary Assisted Dying

 

Establishes the right of certain terminally ill adults to request and access the process of voluntary assisted dying through self-administration or physician administration of a voluntary assisted dying substance. Effective July 1, 2019.

 

iii.            SB357 Relating to Aid in Dying

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Authorizes a terminally ill adult with the capacity to make an informed health care decision to request a prescription for aid in dying medication from their attending physician to facilitate a peaceful death. Establishes that an attending physician determines a terminally ill adult's capacity to make an informed health care decision. Establishes that medical aid in dying does not constitute euthanasia, suicide, homicide, elder abuse or neglect, or cause a person to be considered a danger to self. Protects physicians who assist patients in obtaining aid in dying medication from civil or criminal liability. Makes it a felony to coerce an individual to request medication for the purpose of ending his or her life or to conceal a rescission of such request.

 

jjj.            HB201 Relating to Aid in Dying  

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Allows a terminally ill adult with the capacity to make an informed healthcare decision to request a prescription for aid in dying medication from their attending physician to facilitate a peaceful death. Ensures that physicians who assist patients in obtaining aid in dying medication are not subject to civil or criminal liability.

 

kkk.        SB1129, SD2 Relating to Health

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Establishes a medical aid in dying act that establishes a regulatory process under which an adult resident of the State with a medically confirmed terminal disease may obtain a prescription for medication to be self-administered to end the patient's life.

 

lll.            HB550 Relating to Death with Dignity

(Carried over to the 2018 Regular Session)

 

Authorizes terminally ill adults seeking to end their life to request lethal doses of medication from medical and osteopathic physicians.

 

7.            Advisory Committees:

 

a.            Physician Assistants

 

b.            Emergency Medical Service Personnel

 

c.             Podiatrists

 

8.            Open Forum

 

Public comment on issues not on the Agenda may be considered by the Board at a subsequent meeting.

 

 

9.            Next Meeting:              Thursday, February 8, 2018

1:00 p.m.

King Kalakaua Conference Room, First Floor

335 Merchant Street

Honolulu, HI 96813

 

10.          Adjournment:              4:30 p.m.

 

Individuals who require special needs accommodations are invited to call Ahlani K. Quiogue at (808) 586-2699 at least 4 working days in advance of the meeting.

 

02/02/18

 HAWAII MEDICAL BOARD 02/08/2018-RATIFICATION LIST

 

 

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MD 19434 AMY R <WELCH<

MD 19435 RAY K <BRADFORD<

MD 19437 BRETT E <MATHEWS<

MD 19438 FELIX C <NWOKOLO<

MD 19439 CHRISTOPHER N <SCHMICKL<

MD 19440 MARK L <LUKENS<

MD 19441 RICHARD L <COURSEY< JR

MD 19442 BRANDON P <GOODWIN<

MD 19443 ARTHUR C <LEE<

MD 19444 GORDON M <MAGONET<

MD 19445 DAVID J <WOODING<

MD 19446 EDWARD T <TRAPANI<

MD 19447 JAYESH K <HARI<

MD 19448 KYLE E <MOUERY<

MD 19449 REBECCA A <BEACH<

MD 19450 PARIS N <STOWERS<

MD 19451 BARRETT G <LEVINE<

MD 19452 PAUL J <FERREIRA<

MD 19453 SUZANNE M <GILLERN<

MD 19454 VIVIAN K <GOMEZ GONZALEZ<

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AMD 812 0 SAVANNAH R <KLINGSHIRN<

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DOS 1866 0 DEBORAH R <HELLINGER<

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DOSR 432 0 RYAN M <CAULFIELD<

DOSR 433 0 KENNETH E <DZIKE<

DOSR 4283 0 KELLI T <FRITZ<

DOSR 7445 0 VICTORIA G <GOODHEART<

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MDR 7442 0 LI W <CUI<

MDR 7443 0 CHAD M <BAILEY<

MDR 7444 0 KASSANDRA K <MCMILLEN<

MDR 7446 0 ZACHARY <SCHIRM<

MDR 7447 0 AILEEN N <NEWMYER<

MDR 7448 0 STEPHANIE <CHARSHAFIAN<

MDR 7449 0 DIANA C <ROBLES<

MDR 7450 0 NADIA M <EL-FAKIH<

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EMT 2820 0 TROY K <ODO<

EMT 2821 0 JAVIER A <BELLIDO FATACCIOLI<

EMT 2823 0 SIMONE <ERMEL-SPIES<

EMT 2824 0 JOY S <YAMASHITA<

EMT 2825 0 KIAN K <AQUINO<

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EMTA 15 0 TROY D <GIBSON<

EMTA 16 0 JOHN K IOANE <LOPES< III

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EMTP 2177 0 T JEREMY F <JONES<

EMTP 2178 0 T EDWARD <WHEAT<

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EMTP 2180 0 T DATHAN H <LLOYD<

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