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FTC staff submitted a comment to the Delaware Board of Speech/Language Pathologists, Audiologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers on its proposed regulation that would allow telepractice in those fields but require an initial in-person evaluation. Staff stated that allowing telepractice...
FTC staff submitted a comment to the Tennessee Department of Health that opposes issuing a certificate of public advantage (COPA) to Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health System. If approved, the COPA could allow the merger of Mountain States and Wellmont, the two...
FTC staff submitted a comment to the Southwest Virginia Health Authority and the Virginia Department of Health opposing the cooperative agreement application submitted by Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health System. “The proposed merger presents substantial risk of...
FTC staff submitted a comment to the Delaware Board of Dietetics/Nutrition regarding its proposed telehealth regulation that would require in-person initial evaluations of patients, and then allow licensed dietitians and nutritionists to determine whether to use telehealth thereafter...
FTC staff submitted a comment to the Delaware Board of Occupational Therapy Practice on its proposed regulation that would likely facilitate the provision of occupational therapy services to Delaware consumers. The proposed regulation would allow licensed occupational therapists (OT)...
FTC staff submitted a comment to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs regarding a proposed rule that would permit the VA to grant “full practice authority” to the four main categories of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), “regardless of State or local law restrictions.”...
FTC staff and DOJ submitted a comment, in response to a request from Puerto Rico Representative Jose L. Báez Rivera, regarding potential legislation to expand the scope of practice for optometrists and allow them to use and prescribe medications to diagnose and treat diseases of the...
FTC staff submitted a comment, in response to a request from Alabama State Senator Larry C. Stutts, regarding proposed legislation that would permit any public university that operates a school of medicine to form a new type of corporation in Alabama, to be known as an “authority,” in...
FTC staff submitted a comment, as public testimony, regarding proposed legislation that would allow licensed Alaska physicians located out-of-state to provide telehealth services in the same manner as in-state physicians. The comment noted that eliminating the in-state requirement...
FTC staff submitted a comment, in response to a request from Kentucky State Representative Tom Burch, on the competitive implications of proposed legislation that would license and regulate denturists within Kentucky. The comment recommended that the legislature consider the potential...
FTC staff submitted a comment, in response to a request from West Virginia State Delegate Mike Pushkin, on the competitive impact of provisions in proposed legislation that would provide for “cooperative agreements” between health care providers, and provisions purporting to confer “...
The FTC and DOJ Antitrust Division jointly submitted a statement, in response to a request by Massachusetts State Representative Bradley H. Jones, encouraging the Massachusetts legislature to consider expanding the services that optometrists can provide to glaucoma patients, subject...
FTC staff submitted a comment, in response to a request from West Virginia State Senator Kent Leonhardt, on the competitive impact of a legislative proposal to modify the supervision requirements imposed on West Virginia APRNs. The bill would permit some APRNs, under limited...
The FTC and DOJ Antitrust Division jointly submitted a statement, in response to a request by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, regarding the competitive implications of CON laws and a legislative proposal that ultimately would repeal South Carolina’s CON laws. The statement...
FTC staff submitted a comment, in response to a request from South Carolina State Representative Jenny A. Horne, on the competitive impact of legislative proposals to modify the supervision requirements imposed on South Carolina APRNs. One bill would impose additional supervision...

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