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Clarification From Oregon Governor's Office Regarding The Temporary Rule.
OBMI RULEMAKING - Link to ComeComment until 9:00 A.M. , October 23rd, 2020_____________________________________________________________________
Important Licensure Information During A Declared Emergency
OBMI Statement Fingerprint Background Check Notice of Temporary Rule Background Checks_____________________________________________________________________
OBMI Statement APRN Supervision In Fluoroscopy Notice of Temporary Rule APRN Supervision In Fluoroscopy______________________________________________________________________
OBMI Statement Third Temporary License Or Permit Notice of Temporary Rule Third Temporary License Or Permit _______________________________________________________________________The Oregon Board of Medical Imaging, after a Board vote at the July 2020 Quarterly Meeting, has filed permanent rules with the Secretary of State regarding amendments to the OAR. We encourage you to view our rules HERE.
Executive Director Notice
WHAT DOES THE BOARD DO?
"The mission of the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging is to promote, preserve and protect the public health, safety and welfare of Oregonians who are undergoing medical imaging studies performed by agency license and permit holders for the purpose of medical diagnosis and therapy."
Oregon Law Mandates that you MUST ALWAYS have an active Medical Imaging License or Limited Permit issued by the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI) to legally perform any type of Medical Imaging in any modality. (ORS 688.455). Any failure to comply with that law may result in civil penalties along with a permanent record of disciplinary action against a License or Limited Permit. The Board is also required to report all disciplinary action taken against a License or Limited Permit to the National Practitioner's Data Base (NPDB).
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