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History: Eff. 10/23/92, Register 124; am 8/21/2019, Register 231

Authority: AS 18.08.080

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7 AAC 26.662. Medical directors of mobile intensive care paramedic (MICP) training courses

(a) A person may serve as the medical director of a MICP training course only if the person

(1) is licensed under AS 08.64 to practice medicine in Alaska;

(2) holds a temporary permit as a physician applicant under AS 08.64.270 ; or

(3) is authorized to practice medicine in this state under an exemption set out in AS 08.64.370 (1) or 08.64.370(4).

(b) The medical director of a mobile intensive care paramedic training course is responsible for:

(1) reviewing all components of the MICP training course to ensure that instructional accuracy is maintained;

(2) assisting with the selection of course faculty in conjunction with the course coordinator;

(3) reviewing the progress of each student to ensure that instructional goals are being met and that demonstration of competence is occurring before the student is put into a patient care setting; and

(4) acting as liaison to hospitals and pre-hospital emergency medical services participating in the mobile intensive care paramedic training course.

History: Eff. 3/11/98, Register 145

Authority: AS 18.08.080

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7 AAC 26.670. Approval of additional medications and procedures

(a) A medical director, to authorize a state-certified EMT-I, EMT-II, EMT-III, or AEMT to use additional medications or procedures not covered under 7 AAC 26.040, must

(1) submit in writing on a form provided by the department a request for approval;

(2) include in the request for approval a needs assessment with supporting data and a plan to evaluate current and ongoing training and competence in additional medications or procedures; and

(3) if the request is approved, following the training and evaluation, send the department a list of individuals who are authorized to use the additional medications or procedures.

(b) The department will maintain a list of the approved additional medications or procedures for an authorized EMT-I, EMT-II, EMT-III, or AEMT.

History: Eff. 10/23/92, Register 124; am 5/22/96, Register 138; am 8/21/2019, Register 231

Authority: AS 18.08.080

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7 AAC 26.680. Delegation of certain medical director responsibilities

If approved by the department, a medical director may delegate review of EMS reports under 7 AAC 26.245 or patient care forms under 7 AAC 26.350 to another physician, mobile intensive care paramedic, registered nurse, mid-level practitioner, or EMT with supervisory experience. The person acting as delegate shall send to the medical director copies of the EMS reports or patient care forms.

History: Eff. 10/23/92, Register 124

Authority: AS 18.08.080

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7 AAC 26.690. Withdrawal of directorship

(a) If a medical director withdraws directorship, that person shall notify the department, and each person or entity certified under this chapter for whom the withdrawing person acted as medical director.

(b) If the medical director of a service or team certified under this chapter withdraws directorship, that service's or team's certificate is suspended until the service or team provides written verification, on a form provided by the department, that it has a medical director who meets the qualifications set out in 7 AAC 26.630. The service or team may continue to respond to emergencies, but, until the suspension is lifted, may not offer any advanced life support services.

(c) An EMT-I, EMT-II, EMT-III, or AEMT who is without a medical director may perform only those basic life support procedures as defined in 7 AAC 26.999 that are within the scope of activities for a state-certified EMT set out in 7 AAC 26.040.

History: Eff. 10/23/92, Register 124; am 5/22/96, Register 138; am 7/4/99, Register 151; am 12/26/2014, Register 212; am 8/21/2019, Register 231

Authority: AS 18.08.080

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Article 7
Trauma Centers, Trauma Registry, and Trauma Care Fund

Section

710. Purpose.

715. Application for certification.

720. Qualifications for certification.

725. Term of initial certification.

730. Recertification.

735. Actions not prohibited.

740. Grounds for suspension, revocation, or conditioning a certificate.

742. Appeal of denial of certificate.

745. Trauma registry.

750. Requirements for payment from trauma care fund.

7 AAC 26.710. Purpose

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