2013 Wyoming Statutes
33-25-104. Board of physical therapy; powers and duties generally.

WY Stat § 33-25-104 (2013) What's This?

33-25-104. Board of physical therapy; powers and duties generally.

(a) The board shall have the following powers and duties:

(i) Evaluate the qualifications of applicants for licensure and certification, conduct examinations for applicants, issue license or registration certificates to those who meet the requirements established by the board;

(ii) Revoke, suspend, restrict, condition, reprimand, refuse to renew or refuse to issue the license of any physical therapist or the certificate of any physical therapy assistant or applicant pursuant to W.S. 33-25-111;

(iii) Maintain current records listing the name of every licensed physical therapist and certified physical therapist assistant in this state, his business and home address, the date and number of his license or certification and, if known, his area or expertise, professional interest or credentials;

(A) Repealed By Laws 2009, Ch. 134, 3.

(iv) Adopt rules and regulations to implement this act;

(v) Within the limitations provided in W.S. 33-25-113(a), set and from time to time revise fees as necessary to recover the expenses of administering this act;

(vi) Establish procedures for assessing the continuing professional competence of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants, including continuing education requirements that ensure that licensees' knowledge and abilities reflect current practices and technology;

(vii) Conduct investigations, hearings and proceedings concerning alleged violations of this act and board rules and regulations;

(viii) Inspect or duplicate patient medical records which relate to any alleged acts of misconduct, documented in the form of a formal complaint filed with the board, against any license or certificate holder and as authorized by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act for regulatory bodies;

(ix) Report final disciplinary action taken against a license or certificate holder to the extent authorized or required by other state and federal laws.

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