The following are summaries and other information related to Proposed Rules that the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services has submitted to the Secretary of State for Publication in the Missouri Register. These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments, and to attend a public hearing if one is scheduled.
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|19 CSR 10-10.130
Missouri Adoptee Rights
|This rule provides the process for an adoptee to receive a copy of his or her original birth certificate, the process for a birth parent to state his or her preference regarding whether and how the adoptee can contact him or her, and the process for completion of a medical history form by a birth parent.||Public Fiscal Note
Private Fiscal Note
Cover Sheet for the Birth Parent Contact Preference Form (August 2016)
|19 CSR 20-20.020
Reporting Communicable, Environmental and Occupational Diseases
|This amendment will bring the communicable disease reporting requirements into compliance with the current federal Centers for Disease Control guidelines as required by section 192.139, RSMo 2000, and updates the rule to require reporting of Carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE) infections as provided by a legislative amendment to section 192.020 that goes into effect August 28, 2016.||none||none||Missouri Register||8.30.16|
|19 CSR 30-40.800
EMT- Community Paramedic, Community Paramedic Program and Medical Director for EMT-Community Paramedic Program
|This rule establishes the requirements for certification and recertification as an EMT-Community Paramedic, the scope of practice and authority to practice for an EMT-Community Paramedic, requirements for a medical director of an ambulance service which utilizes EMT-Community Paramedics and implements a community paramedic program and requirements for a community paramedic program.||Public Fiscal Note
Private Fiscal Note
|If you have questions regarding the materials, please contact: Les Jobe, Administrator, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
The EMT-P National Standard Curriculum (1998), published by the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, available at U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of Emergency Medical Services, West Building W44-314, 1200 New Jersey Ave. SE, NTI 140, Washington, DC 20590
|19 CSR 30-40.342 Application and Licensure Requirements for the Initial Licensure and Relicensure of Emergency Medical Technician-Basics, Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate, and Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedics||The department is amending section (1)(B), and sections (2), (3) and (4), and the EMS personnel license application and adding a new verification form which provides an opportunity for EMT-Basics that are current members of the United States Armed Forces including National Guard and Reserves or past members of the United States Armed Forces including National Guard and Reserves who were honorably discharged within the past two (2) years to obtain a United States Armed Forces license from the EMS Bureau. This amendment also adds this United States Armed Forces license option to the EMS Bureau application. Further, this amendment adds the requirement for EMT-Intermediate relicensure applicants who do not have a current certification with the National Registry of EMTs to attach a basic cardiac life support training card indicating training in this course to their application for relicensure.||none||none||Missouri Register||3.11.16|
|19 CSR 30-40.331 Application and Accreditation or Certification Requirements for Training Entities that Conduct Training for First Responders, Emergency Medical Dispatchers, Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic, Emergency Medical Technicians-Intermediate and Emergency Medical Technicians-Paramedic||The department is adding a new subsection (2)(N) and amending the rule to allow an EMT-Basic with a United States Armed Forces license from the EMS Bureau pursuant to 19 CSR 30-40.342(2)(A) and (C)2D to test with a training entity certified by the EMS Bureau in a EMT-Paramedic or EMT-Intermediate program and complete a smaller number of clinical hours if the EMT-Basic with a United States Armed Forces license from the EMS Bureau successfully passes the tests.||none||none||Missouri Register||3.11.16|