An applicant for a license to practice marriage and family therapy must have at least 3000 hours of training experience, including some direct supervisor contact. All applicants must be supervised, and that supervisor is responsible for compliance with all laws, rules and regulations regarding the practice of marriage and family therapy. An applicant working in a governmental entity, a school, a college, or a university, or an institution that is both nonprofit and charitable may obtain the required weekly direct supervisor contact via two-way, real-time videoconferencing.
Any person applying for a license or the renewal of a license as a professional boxer or martial arts fighter must present HIV and hepatitis C antibody and hepatitis B antigen tests to the commission. Information received under this section and any other medical information about an applicant or licensee shall be confidential and not subject to discovery or subpoena
It is unlawful for any person to make or aid in making any knowingly false material statements (or fail to disclose a material fact or provide false information, etc.) with intent to receive workers' compensation benefits. Such statements include oral or written reports of injury, physical or mental limitation, hospital records, test results, physician reports, or other medical records.
Where a claim for workers' compensation is filed (except for psychiatric injuries) after notice of termination/layoff, and the claim is for an injury occurring prior to the time of notice of termination/layoff, no compensation shall be paid unless the employee demonstrates (by a preponderance of the evidence) that the employee's medical records, existing prior to the notice of termination/layoff, contain evidence of the injury.
Employee requesting compensation for permanent disability that may be payable, but the injury is not yet permanent or stable may be monitored until it is permanent. At which time, the employee will be evaluated to determine the extent of permanent disability and the need for continuing medical care, or the employer will disclose the amount payable for the disability.
In order to determine medical issues in regards to workers' compensation, the parties may submit the following to an agreed upon medical evaluator: records from the treating physicians), medical records relevant to determining the medical issue. The medical evaluator must prepare a report and indicate all information received, all information reviewed for the report, and all information relied upon in forming her opinion.
A physician who prepares a report about a permanent disability from a claimed industrial injury must address causation of the permanent disability. The report must contain a determination about the approximate percentage of the permanent disability caused