Idaho State Board of Chiropractic Physicians
Bureau of Occupational Licenses
1109 Main Street, Suite 220
Boise, Idaho 83702-5642
(208) 334-3233

MINUTES OF March 9, 1999

The Idaho Board of Chiropractic Physicians held a conference call on March 9, 1999, beginning at 12:00 a.m. The Board members participating in the call were:

Dr. Glenn Moldenhauer, Chair

Dr. Eric V. Boughton, Vice-Chair

Dr. James Hollingsworth, Member

Dr. Henry West, Member

Ms. Sandra Averill, Lay Member

 

Also present were:

Carmen Westberg, Bureau Chief

Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

Ruth Swan-Brown, Administrative Assistant

 

The meeting was called to order by Dr. Moldenhauer, Chair, at 12:00 a.m.

The Board all being present, Dr. Hollingsworth moved, Dr. West seconded and it so carried to enter executive session to discuss appeals to the January 12, 1999, Board examination.

Dr. Hollingsworth moved to return from executive session, Dr. Boughton seconded and it so carried.

Dr. Hollingsworth moved that the Adjustive Technique Written section of the January 12, 1999, Board examination be re-graded, noting answers "b" and "c," for question no. 24 were both correct answers. Dr. West seconded and it was so carried.

Ms. Westberg advised the Board that House Bill 256, currently being considered, would require all medical professionals other than M.D.s to wear name tags identifying them by name and profession. Ms. Averill said she did not oppose the Bill, but felt all medical professionals including M.D.s should be required to wear nametags. Dr. Hollingsworth moved the Board oppose the Bill as currently written, but support the Bill if amended to also require that M.D.s wear nametags. Dr. West seconded and it so carried. The Board requested a letter stating its position be drafted and faxed to Representative Dorothy Reynolds at the Legislature.

Discussion was also held concerning scheduling of future conference calls and whether early morning or evening calls would be possible. It was decided to alternate calls between 12:00 noon, MST, and 1:00 p.m., MST, in an attempt to facilitate different Board membersí schedules and time zones. Ms. Averill asserted that there will be times she will be unavailable due to the schedule of her practice, but reiterated that she is not unwilling to participate.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, Dr. Hollingsworth moved to adjourn. Motion seconded by Dr. Boughton and carried.

Board approved 4-22-99


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