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Event Details

Date 2019/03/11
Time 09:00 AM
Recurring
Event status
Handicap access, ADA Contact info: Sandra Matsushima, 808-586-2702
Title Board of Dentistry Meeting
Location 335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor (Queen Liliuokalani Conference Room), Honolulu, HI 96813
This event was posted on 03/04/2019 02:02 PM
This event was last updated on 03/04/2019 02:02 PM
BOARD OF DENTISTRY
Professional and Vocational Licensing Division
Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
State of Hawaii

AGENDA

Date: Monday, March 11, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Place: Queen Liliuokalani Conference Room

          King Kalakaua Building

          335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor

          Honolulu, HI 96813


1. Call to Order

2. Approval of Board Meeting Minutes and Executive Session Minutes of January 28, 2019 and the Board Meeting Minutes of February 11, 2019

3. Legislative Matters**

a. H.B. 221 - RELATING TO DENTAL ASSISTANTS

Requires the Board of Dentistry to adopt rules for the regulation of dental assistants using certification options based on education level and permitted duties. Requires the Board to report to the Legislature. (HB221 HD2)

b. H.B. 88 - RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION

(Companion Bill - S.B. 207)

Amends requirements for medical examinations in workers' compensation claims by requiring that the examining physician be mutually selected by the employer and employee or appointed by the Director of Labor. Provides for document distribution, cost allocation, and physician qualifications.

c. H.B. 112 - RELATING TO TAXATION

(S.B. 1114)

Requires a tax clearance before a professional or vocational license may be issued or renewed. Applies to taxable years after 12/31/2020.

d. H.B. 677 - RELATING TO HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS

(Companion Bill - S.B. 528)

Expands the pool of orthodontists who are eligible to perform medically necessary orthodontic services for treatment of certain orofacial anomalies covered by health insurance.

e. H.B. 906 - RELATING TO DENTAL HEALTH

Restores basic adult dental health benefits to Medicaid enrollees. Appropriates funds for this purpose.

f. H.B. 1381 - RELATING TO LOBBYISTS

Prohibits former legislators and executive branch employees subject to senate confirmation from engaging in lobbying for 24 months after termination of employment as a legislator or executive branch employee. (HB1381 HD1)

g. H.B. 1528 - RELATING TO COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS

Repeals the existing statutory requirement that $2,000,000 of certain taxes collected on bank and financial corporations be deposited to the compliance resolution fund. Requires adjustments to fees and assessments collected by the Division of Financial Institutions based on the amount of moneys credited to the division in the compliance resolution fund. Establishes criteria to determine the amounts to be assessed for fees and expenses regulated under title 25, HRS. Provides for the reduction or cessation of fees or interest paid into the mortgage loan recovery fund, contractors recovery fund, contractors education fund, real estate recovery fund, real estate education fund, and condominium education fund if the balance in the funds attain a certain dollar amount. Sets the annual fee assessed on cable operators at 4.5% of the income received from subscribers for cable services rendered during the preceding calendar year. Authorizes the Director of the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to reduce the fee if the amount exceeds the amount necessary to administer chapter 440G, HRS. (HB1528 HD1)

h. S.B. 202 - RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL REGULATORY PROGRAMS

Establishes repeal dates for all professional and vocational regulatory programs under the professional and vocational licensing division of the department of commerce and consumer affairs. Requires the auditor to perform an evaluation of each program prior to repeal.

i. S.B. 748 - RELATING TO BOARD MEMBERS

Permits two or more members of a board to attend state of the city, state of the county, state of the State, or state of the judiciary addresses; provided that the board members do not discuss board business and no commitment to vote is made or sought by board members. (SD1)

j. S.B. 774 - RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL LICENSING

(Companion Bill - H.B. 73)

Prohibits a licensing authority from using rules to supersede requirements set forth in licensing laws and adopting rules that authorize an unlicensed individual to perform duties, activities, or functions that, if performed by another professional, would require licensure of that professional. Exempts persons who are working toward licensure, including but not limited to apprentices, trainees, graduates, or students and personnel under the supervision of a licensee and who are not otherwise required to obtain a license, in certain circumstances. (SD1)

 

 

4. Old Business

a. Report from the Board's Anesthesia Permitted Interaction Group regarding Anesthesia Permit Renewals, Fees and Inspections**

b. Inquiry from Daniel Montero, DDS regarding requirement for applicants to be a graduate from a dental school accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation**

5. New Business

For Informational Purposes Only

a. Matters Related to the American Dental Association ("ADA")

• Commission on Dental Accreditation ("CODA") Unofficial Report of Major Actions February 7-8, 2019

 

b. Matters Related to the American Association of Dental Boards ("AADB") and the American Board of Dental Administrators ("AADA")

    •  Richard Hetke, former Executive Director of AADB, is the new Vice President of Business Development for Accreditation Association for Dental Offices AADA Discussion of a Dental Licensing Compact

    •  Letter from AADB Board Members and Past Presidents requesting the resignation of Luis J. Fujimoto, D.M.D. as President of the AADB Board of Directors

c. Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. ("DANB")

    •  DANB Certified Press - Vol. 38, Issue 2 (Spring 2019)

 

 

6. Correspondence

a. Email from Maria Pung inquiring whether a licensed dental hygienist is allowed to perform laser bacteria reduction on patients**

7. Executive Officer's Report on Matters Related to the Board of Dentistry

a. DCCA Disciplinary Actions - January 2019

b. Current licensees as of February 8, 2019

c. Update on dental mannequins and chair mounts for donation

8. Applications

a. Reactivation Application for License - Dentist*

1) Nghia Duy Bui

b. Ratifications

Approved Dentist

DT 2796 JOSEPH K AHLO

DT 2797 KEVIN K F CHENG

DT 2798 SUPRIYA KOIRALA

Approved Dental Hygienist

DH 2161 YUKO LEE

DH 2162 MARQUERITE K BALDWIN

DH 2163 CHRISTY D BURKLEY

DH 2164 MADISON B STEADMAN

DH 2165 TIALEI O AGADER

DH 2166 BEATRICE I JOAQUIN

DH 2167 RYAN A MCBURNIE

Approved Certification in the Administration of Intra-Oral Block Anesthesia

DH 2161 YUKO LEE

DH 2162 MARQUERITE K BALDWIN

DH 2164 MADISON B STEADMAN

DH 2166 BEATRICE I JOAQUIN

 

9. Next Board Meeting:

Monday, May 20, 2019

9:00 a.m.

King Kalakaua Conference Room

King Kalakaua Building

335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor

Honolulu, HI 96813

10. Adjournment


* The Board may move into Executive Session to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for licensure in accordance with Section 92-5(a)(1), HRS;

** The Board may move 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 Section 92-5(a)(4).


If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, contact Executive Officer Sandra Matsushima at (808) 586-2702 or dental@dcca.hawaii.gov as soon as possible, preferably within two (2) business days of the meeting. If a response is received after that date, we will try to obtain the auxiliary aid/service or accommodation, but we cannot guarantee that the request will be fulfilled.

Upon request this notice is available in alternate formats such as large print, Braille, or electronic copy.

3/4/19

 

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