Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 56
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WELFARE
CHAPTER 10
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
56-1028.  IDAHO TIME SENSITIVE EMERGENCY SYSTEM COUNCIL — DUTIES — RULEmaking. The duties of the council shall be as follows:
(1)  Develop, implement and monitor a voluntary statewide system that includes trauma, stroke and heart attack facilities;
(2)  Provide oversight of the system, assuring adherence to standards established by the council;
(3)  Establish substate system regions that provide more effective access to the system. In the designation of these regions, specific consideration shall be given to geography and patient referral patterns for the facilities and agencies included therein;
(4)  Establish a regional TSE committee in each substate region;
(5)  Develop the standards and criteria that each participating facility that voluntarily applies is required to meet concerning personnel, equipment, resources, data collection and organizational capabilities to obtain or maintain designation;
(6)  Develop procedures for and the duration of the designation of a trauma, stroke or heart attack facility, including application procedures, verification procedures, investigation of complaints pertaining to designation and emergency suspension or revocation of designation;
(7)  Develop operational procedures for the regional TSE committees;
(8)  Facilitate the implementation of nationally accepted standards throughout the voluntary system;
(9)  Set procedures for the acquisition of data needed to successfully manage the system;
(10) Promulgate rules to fulfill the purpose of this act; and
(11) Collaborate and cooperate with the EMS bureau, the EMS physician commission, local governments, local EMS agencies and associations to address recruitment and retention concerns of local EMS providers.

History:
[56-1028, added 2014, ch. 147, sec. 5, p. 405.]


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