Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 22
PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
54-2206.  Powers and duties of the board. The board shall have the authority to administer, coordinate and enforce the provisions of this chapter. Such authority shall include, but not be limited to, the power to:
(1)  Evaluate the qualifications of applicants for licensure, approve and administer examinations to test the knowledge and proficiency of applicants for licensure, and approve or deny the registration and issuance and renewal of licenses and permits;
(2)  Authorize all disbursements necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter;
(3)  Promulgate rules not inconsistent with the laws of this state which are necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter;
(4)  Adopt rules providing for continuing education;
(5)  Obtain restraining orders and injunctions prohibiting conduct in violation of the provisions of this chapter, conduct investigations, issue subpoenas, and examine witnesses and administer oaths, concerning practices which are alleged to violate the provisions of this chapter;
(6)  Suspend or revoke or otherwise sanction licensees in the manner provided in this chapter, or place a person holding a license under this chapter on probation;
(7)  Require as a condition of receiving or retaining a license issued under this chapter that restitution be paid to a consumer;
(8)  Require the inspection of testing equipment and facilities of persons engaging in any practice pursuant to this chapter;
(9)  As the board deems reasonable, take notice of and give effect to prior licenses issued to physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in the state of Idaho by the state board of medicine and such other actions, proceedings, orders or decisions of the state board of medicine involving complaints, investigations, discipline or other matters concerning physical therapists or physical therapist assistants; and
(10) Authorize, by written agreement, the bureau of occupational licenses to act as its agent in its interest.

History:
[54-2206, added 2006, ch. 116, sec. 3, p. 318.]


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