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

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THIS IS A DRAFT DOCUMENT AND HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED BY THE BOARD.

Minutes of September 10, 2002

  

Roll Call:                      Dr. Dennis Harper, Chair

                                    Dr. Zane Sterling, Vice-Chair

                                    Dr. Patrick Mayo

                                    Sandra Averill

Absent                         Dr. James Hollingsworth

 

Others present:            Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief

                        Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                        Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

                        Cherie Simpson, Secretary

 

Minutes from May 21, 2002 board meeting and June 13, 2002 conference call were reviewed.  Minutes stand approved as submitted. 

Ms. Jacobsen explained the financial situation of the state.  She explained that the Governor has asked that agencies cut back expenditures where they can.  As a cost cutting measure she asked that the Board consider wall certificates that are prepared in our office.  A sample was presented. The Board agreed to use the new wall certificates when the supply on hand has been exhausted.  Ms. Jacobsen told the Board that Dee Ann Randall had retired from the Bureau after 29 years of service to the state. 

Mr. Hetrick presented the financial report.  The Board finished the fiscal year with a positive balance of over $7000.00.  

Mr. Hetrick presented the Investigative report along with the report from the Attorney Generalís office. 

Moved by Dr. Mayo that Board go into executive session to discuss matters not subject to public disclosure.  Seconded by Ms. Averill, carried. 

Moved by Ms. Averill that Board come out of executive session.  Seconded by Dr. Mayo, carried. 

CHI-P2A-02A-02-002 -- Moved by Dr. Mayo that Respondent be sent a letter of instruction stating that if the Doctor uses coupons as a method of advertising that the coupons must be clear on what is included and what is excluded.  A copy of the coupon needs to be retained in patient file.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

CHI-L2A-04-02-10 -- Moved by Dr. Mayo that since there is no fraud and there is no intent to commit fraud that the case be closed with no action.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Mr. Hales addressed the topic of Chelation Therapy.  He explained that his research has included the Food and Drug Administration, University of Health Services, and the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic.  He noted that Oklahoma Chiropractors can inject vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, but must have certification for injectibles.  Mr. Hales will continue his research on labeling or Federal law that deals with medical devises i.e. syringes and IV material.  If the means is prohibited it could conceivably prohibit chelation by chiropractors. 

Moved by Ms. Averill that the Board go into executive session to discuss matters not subject to public disclosure.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Moved by Dr. Mayo that the Board come out of executive session.  Seconded by Ms. Averill, carried. 

Moved by Dr. Mayo that the Board pursue injunctive relief on the basis of Spinal adjustment as defined in Idaho Coded 54-703 and 54-704 as the practice of Chiropractic.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Break at 10:45 a.m. 

Moved by Dr. Mayo that Board go into executive session to discuss potential litigation. Seconded by Ms. Averill, carried. 

Moved by Dr. Mayo that the Board come out of executive session.  Seconded by Ms. Averill, carried. 

Moved by Ms. Averill that the Board hold a conference call on October 24th, 12:00 noon MDT to discuss the summary judgment motion.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Moved by Dr. Sterling that the contract for services between the Bureau of Occupational Licenses and the Board be executed by Dr. Harper on behalf of the Board.  Seconded by Ms. Averill, carried. 

Continuing education submitted for the previous renewal period was reviewed.  Those not having continuing education that meets the rules of the Board are to be given 60 days to meet Idahoís requirements. 

Letter was reviewed from a student at Life University of Chiropractic.  Moved by Dr. Mayo that all applicants for licensure must be a graduate of a CCE approved Chiropractic College.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Documentation committee was discussed.  Dr. Harper will be contacting six Chiropractic Physicians from three areas of the state as committee members. 

Next meeting will be held December 3, 2002 in Boise.  

Moved by Dr. Mayo that any member of the Board wishing to attend the FCLB meeting be reimbursed expenses.  Seconded by Dr. Sterling, carried. 

Meeting adjourned at 2:30 p.m.


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