|03/25/19: signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 077)
|AN ACT relating to the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
Acts Chapter 77
|Bill Request Number
|R. Alvarado, S. Meredith
|Summary of Original Version
|Create a new section of KRS Chapter 311 to enact and enter into the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact with all other jurisdictions that legally join in the compact; declare the purpose of the compact; define terms; recognize a multistate licensure privilege to practice for physicians.
|Index Headings of Original Version
Health and Medical Services - Interstate medical licensure compact, enacting
Interstate Cooperation - Interstate medical licensure compact, enacting
Physicians and Practitioners - Interstate medical licensure compact, enacting
|Jump to Proposed Amendments
House Floor Amendment 1
House Floor Amendment 2
House Floor Amendment 3
|House Floor Amendment 1
|Amend Article XIII to stipulate that no member state shall expend General Fund revenue from the Commonwealth to meet its obligation under this Article.
Budget and Financial Administration - General Fund, compact obligation prohibition on
Health and Medical Services - Medical licensure, interstate compact on
Interstate Cooperation - Medical licensure, interstate compact on
Licensing - Medical licensure, interstate compact on
|House Floor Amendment 2
|Amend KRS 314.011 to allow designated advanced practice registered nurses certified in psychiatric-mental health nursing to prescribe up to two sequential refills for a 30 day supply of psychostimulants; amend KRS 314.042 to remove the one-year practice requirement before an APRN may prescribe controlled substances under a CAPA-CS; establish conditions for an APRN to prescribe controlled substances without a CAPA-CS after four years of controlled substance prescribing authority under a CAPA-CS; require an APRN whose license is in good standing to notify the nursing board when he or she will be prescribing without a CAPA-CS; prohibit any attempt to require or compel an APRN to maintain a CAPA-CS to prescribe after the four year threshold; exempt an equivalently qualified out-of-state APRN from the CAPA-CS requirement to prescribe under licensure by endorsement; require an APRN with less than four years of prescribing controlled substances to maintain a CAPA-CS until the four years are completed; create a new section of KRS 218A to establish a Prescribing Boards Advising Council.
Health and Medical Services - Advanced practice registered nurses, prescriptive authority of
Licensing - Licensed advanced practice registered nurses, prescriptive authority of
Nurses - Advanced practice registered nurses, prescriptive authority of
Occupations and Professions - Advanced practice registered nurses, prescriptive authority of
Physicians and Practitioners - Advanced practice registered nurses, prescriptive authority of
Boards and Commissions - Nursing board, advanced practice registered nurse licensees, prescriptive authority of
Piggybacked Bills - SB 132 to SB 22
|House Floor Amendment 3
|Make title amendment.
|Title Amendments - SB 22 GA
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