HB 157: Medical advertising; certain certifying organizations; revise certain criteriaVoted on Friday February 24, 2017
John Pezold's thoughts
This bill allows certain training requirements to classify as sufficient qualifications for advertising as certified.
Prohibits someone from saying they are a doctor with a specialty without being an ABMS member, member of Bureau of Osteopathic --Specialists or the Am. Osteopathic Association (then they must state the board they are a member of)
--Has completed a training program
--Successfully passed a written or oral exam, OR
Requires diplomates to recertify no more than every 10 years and abides by IRS code sectionMore information on legis.ga.gov
The table below breaks down the total number of votes, and marks the majority vote.
|Did not vote||2||1.1%|