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Event Details

Date 2019/03/14
Time 01:00 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 03/08/2019 12:43 PM
This event was last updated on 03/08/2019 12:43 PM

HAWAII MEDICAL BOARD

Professional and Vocational Licensing Division

Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

State of Hawaii

 

AGENDA

 

Date:               Thursday, March 14, 2019

 

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 February 14, 2019, 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.            Chapter 91, HRS, Adjudicatory Matters

 

4.            Applications for License/Certification:

 

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.

 

a.            Applications:

 

(i)            Physician (Permanent):

 

a.            Robert B. Lim, M.D.

 

b.            Mark T. Bernardi, M.D.

 

c.             Steven O. Bossinger, M.D.

 

d.            Lawrence S. Liebman, M.D.

 

e.            Andrew J. Martin, M.D.

 

f.              Carol H. Roeder, M.D.

 

g.            Calvin A. Selwyn, Jr., M.D.

 

h.            Jamison N. Wyatt, M.D.

 

(ii)           Physician (Permanent – Endorsement):

 

a.            Samia A. Khwaja, M.D.

 

(iii)          Physician Assistant:

 

a.            Rebecca L. Puetz, PA-C

 

(iv)          Emergency Medical Personnel:

 

a.            Jessica M. Stanfield, AEMT

 

b.            Ratifications List (See attached list)

 

(i)            List

 

5.            Legislation

 

a.            SB1406, SD1 Relating to Health

 

Establishes medical records review for physician assistants. Establishes biennial requirements of forty credit hours in specified continuing medical education programs for renewal of physician assistant licenses, beginning with the renewal for the licensing biennium on 2/1/2020, and every biennial renewal thereafter. Authorizes the Hawaii Medical Board to conduct random document audits to enforce compliance. Specifies conditions for forfeiture and reinstatement of a license.

 

b.            SB251, SD1 Relating to Sports Medicine

 

Provides a limited exemption from state licensure requirements to out-of-state physicians who accompany a sports team to a specific sporting event in Hawaii or are invited to provide services at a national sport training center, event, or competition in Hawaii, if certain conditions are met. Requires out-of-state physicians to provide notice to the Hawaii medical board. Effective 7/1/2050.

 

c.             HB673, HD2 Relating to Medical Cannabis

 

Allows physician assistants to provide written certification for qualifying patients. Allows licensed dispensaries to have up to two additional manufacturing or processing facilities separate from their production facilities. Provides a process for the voluntary or involuntary sale or transfer of an individual dispensary license. Allows retail dispensaries to operate on state and federal holidays. Allows a licensed dispensary to purchase medical cannabis or manufactured cannabis products from another licensed dispensary, with department approval, in the event of a crop failure. Allows licensed retail dispensaries to sell edible cannabis and cannabidiol products. 

 

d.            HB665, HD2 Relating to the Electronic Prescription Accountability System

 

Exempts health care providers from consulting the electronic prescription accountability system when a patient is in an inpatient setting, in post-operative care, or in hospice care. Exempts patients who are in an inpatient setting and lack capacity from the informed consent process for opioid therapy.

 

e.            SB807, SD1 Relating to the Electronic Prescription Accountability System

 

Specifies that a health care provider shall not be required to consult the electronic prescription accountability system for patients when the prescription will be directly administered under the supervision of a health care provider, provided that the system is consulted when the patients are initially admitted at a hospital; for patients in post-operative care with a prescription limited to a three-day supply; or for patients with a terminal disease receiving hospice or other palliative care. Clarifies that an informed consent agreement is not necessary for patients whose prescription will be directly administered under the supervision of a health care provider.

 

f.              HB1528, HD1 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.

 

g.            SB774, SD1 Relating to Professional and Vocational Licensing

 

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.

 

h.            HB390, HD1 Relating to Workers’ Compensation

 

Makes permanent Act 172, Session Laws of Hawaii 2017, which: (1) grants employees the right to have a chaperone present during a medical examination relating to a workers' compensation work injury and, with the approval of the examining physician or surgeon, to record the examination; and (2) provides that if an employee or employee's chaperone obstructs the medical examination, the employee's right to worker's compensation shall be suspended until the refusal or obstruction ceases.

 

6.            Correspondence:

 

a.            Letter dated February 12, 2019, from Daria Loy-Goto, Complaints Enforcement Officer, Regulated Industries Complaints Office. 

 

7.            Advisory Committees:

 

a.            Emergency Medical Personnel

 

b.            Physician Assistants

 

c.             Podiatrists

 

8.            Open Forum

 

Public comment on issues not on the Agenda may be considered by the Board at a subsequent meeting.  The Board is precluded from discussing or acting on items raised by public comment that are not already on the agenda.  Public comment will be limited to five (5) minutes per person. 

 

9.            Next Meeting:              Thursday, April 11, 2019

1:00 p.m.

King Kalakaua Conference Room, First Floor

335 Merchant Street

Honolulu, HI 96813

 

10.          Adjournment:              4:30 p.m.

 

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodations due to a disability, contact Ahlani K. Quiogue at (808) 586-2699 or medical@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.

 

3/8/19

HAWAII MEDICAL BOARD 03/14/2019-RATIFICATION LIST

 

LTYPE     LIC NUM    BP NAME PART 1

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

MD

20217

MARK J <HALSTED<

MD

20218

FATIMA <KAZEM<

MD

20219

JEFFREY M <KRAWCEK<

MD

20220

KURT D <YOSHINO<

MD

20221

MARCELINO L G <YERA-PAEZ<

MD

20222

LYNNAE SUSAN <LAWRENCE<

MD

20223

OMID <JAFARI<

MD

20224

MICHAEL B <WHITESIDE<

MD

20225

ANDREW JAMES <MAHONEY<

MD

20226

STANISLAV M <POLIASHENKO<

MD

20227

CHRISTOPHER A K L <LAU<

MD

20228

ROI MEIR <LOTAN<

MD

20229

JENNIFER P <CONCEPCION<

MD

20230

DANIEL P <CHO<

MD

20231

GENE HYUNG <LEE<

MD

20232

SUZANNA L L <GRIMA<

MD

20233

KELLIE A T <TAFET<

MD

20234

JANUARY M <ANDAYA<

MD

20235

DAMON C <DIXON<

MD

20236

WILLIAM S <ERVIN< III

MD

20237

NICOLAS <GIOFFRE<

MD

20238

GREGORY ANDREW <POLLACK<

MD

20239

SHAREEF MOHAMED <RIAD<

MD

20240

SANJEEVI <VRIDHACHALAM<

MD

20241

CHRISTINA JEN-YA <WAI<

MD

20242

STACIE K <NISHIMOTO<

MD

20244

MARGARET C <KAUFMANN<

MD

20245

ANDREW T <CHENG<

MD

20246

EDWARD A <HOBART<

MD

20247

XAVIER <GARCIA-ROJAS<

MD

20248

DAVID ERIC <BRUSH<

MD

20249

THOMAS <PARK<

MD

20250

SEAN P <OUIMET<

MD

20251

MIRANDA MCCANN <HUFFMAN<

MD

20252

REID K <HONDA<

MD

20253

HIREN DINESH <PATEL<

MD

20254

KYLE B <VARNER<

MD

20255

THERESA MINKYUNG <YUH<

MD

20256

JACOB W <BLICKENSTAFF<

MD

20257

DAVID STEVEN <KARLIN<

MD

20258

LAURYN C <ANDO<

MD

20259

WILLIAM T <PORTMAN<

MD

20260

MICHAEL D <KARACHALIOS<

MD

20261

CHRISTOPHER N <USSHER<

MD

20262

JEFFREY L <FRYE<

MD

20263

ELIZETH <LOPEZ<

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

MDR

7668

MICHAEL <HILL<

MDR

7669

EAGHAN <MCGREEVY<

MDR

7670

DANIEL <RESNICK-AULT<

MDR

7671

CAITLIN S <RUBLEE<

MDR

7672

IAN D <JESTER<

MDR

7673

LIAM <PORTER<

MDR

7674

ALEXA H <GIPS<

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

AMD

895

BRENT M <TURNER<

AMD

896

RUSSELL E <SANDERS<

AMD

898

JASON A <PETERS<

AMD

899

CYNTHIA A <DAVIS<

--- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

DOS

1958

WILLIAM B <GALLENTINE<

DOS

1959

ROBERT T <BARIL<

DOS

1960

STEPHEN M <DAQUINO<

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

PO

228

MICHAEL R <BREWER<

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

EMT

2890

MAIA Y <FUJII<

EMT

2891

CAMERON T <HARA<

EMT

2892

KIANA H <KAIWI<

EMT

2893

CAMERON I <MANDAGUIT<

EMT

2894

SYDNY-J M <MOSES<

EMT

2895

NAMELEOKUUPUUWAI B <NAIPO-ARSIGA<

EMT

2896

CHRISTIAN K <OKAWA<

EMT

2897

NARMA E <PERALTA-RODRIGUEZ<

EMT

2898

SHEA Q K <PITOY<

EMT

2899

REYN P <ROOT<

EMT

2900

TAUMILOGA F <TUITELELEAPAGA< JR

EMT

2901

COURTNEY A K <UGALE<

EMT

2902

MALACHI T <CLARK<

----- ---------- ------------------------------------------------------------

EMTP

2247

STEVEN R <STEWART< JR

EMTP

2248

CARL P <ADAMS<

EMTP

2249

SUNNY J <FITZGERALD<

EMTP

2250

ERICKSEN L <KOHATSU<

EMTP

2251

WAILUPE C <DIAZ<

EMTP

2252

DEO A A <DOMINGO<

EMTP

2253

NIKO S <FONTANILLA<


  

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