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

Conference Call Meeting Minutes of June 29, 2005 



ROLL CALL:              Dr. Dennis Harper, Chair

                                    Dr. Patrick Mayo

                                    Dr. Glenn Moldenhauer

                                    Jun Shiosaki


ALSO PRESENT:            Rayola Jacobsen, Bureau Chief

                                    Budd Hetrick, Deputy Bureau Chief

                                    Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney

                                    Marilyn London, Technical Records Specialist I


Chairman Dr. Harper called the meeting to order at 12:35 p.m. 


The Board reviewed the minutes of April 12, 2005 and moved to approve as written. 

Ms. Jacobsen gave an update on the office renovations.  Staff will be moving back into office on Friday and will not be available for phone calls until Tuesday morning after July 4th


Mr. Hetrick gave the financial report to the Board.  The Board is over budget as of May 30th by $3,000 but cash balance is good. 


Mr. Hetrick gave the investigative report to the Board.  There are currently 6 complaints for FY 2005 and 5 are under investigation.  Mr. Hetrick presented case CHI-P6B-2-2004-17 to the Board. 

Dr. Mayo moved to follow the Bureauís recommendation for case CHI-P6B-2-2004-17; the Bureau recommended closure.  Dr. Sterling seconded and the motion carried. 


Mr. Hales will be working on specific language with the help of Dr. Moldenhauer defining clinical nutrition in the laws and rules.  A conference call will be scheduled in August to review the new language. 


The Board reviewed and discussed Peer Review Audit case #10007.  It is the recommendation of the Board that Dr. Moldenhauer and Dr. Sterling draft a letter to the Peer Review Committee outlining 3 areas of concern in the review process. 

Dr. Sterling left the Conference Call at 12:50 p.m. 


The Board reviewed a letter from the IACP regarding complaints regarding the solicitation by DCís of injury patients by phone and mail.  The Board directed Mr. Hales to write a letter requesting specific information. 


Dr. B. K. Clio Dixon addressed the Board regarding obtaining an Idaho license without taking the SPEC exam.  Dr. Dixon holds a current license in California, but did not take parts III, IV or SPEC exam.  The Board informed Dr. Dixon that the endorsement rule requires having to have passed the SPEC exam. 


Dr. Moldenhauer moved to enter executive session to discuss documents exempt from public disclosure.  Dr. Mayo seconded and the motion carried. 

Dr. Moldenhauer moved to enter regular session.  Dr. Mayo seconded and the motion carried. 

Mr. Hales was directed by the Board to draft letters to Dr. Gott and Dr. Hansen stating they must make application and include all documentation for the board to review before the Board can make recommendations. 

The next meeting will be a conference call that will be scheduled for August. 

The meeting was adjourned at 1:25 p.m.

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