PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WELFARE
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE
56-1013F. compact privilege to practice. (1) Member states shall recognize the privilege to practice of an individual licensed in another member state that is in conformance with section 56-1013E, Idaho Code.
(2) To exercise the privilege to practice under the terms and provisions of this compact, an individual must:
(a) Be at least eighteen (18) years of age;
(b) Possess a current unrestricted license in a member state as an EMT, AEMT, paramedic or state recognized and licensed level with a scope of practice and authority between EMT and paramedic; and
(c) Practice under the supervision of a medical director.
(3) An individual providing patient care in a remote state under the privilege to practice shall function within the scope of practice authorized by the home state unless and until modified by an appropriate authority in the remote state as may be defined in the rules of the commission.
(4) Except as provided in this section, an individual practicing in a remote state will be subject to the remote state’s authority and laws. A remote state may, in accordance with due process and that state’s laws, restrict, suspend or revoke an individual’s privilege to practice in the remote state and may take any other necessary actions to protect the health and safety of its citizens. If a remote state takes action it shall promptly notify the home state and the commission.
(5) If an individual’s license in any home state is restricted or suspended, the individual shall not be eligible to practice in a remote state under the privilege to practice until the individual’s home state license is restored.
(6) If an individual’s privilege to practice in any remote state is restricted, suspended or revoked, the individual shall not be eligible to practice in any remote state until the individual’s privilege to practice is restored.
[56-1013F, added 2016, ch. 60, sec. 1, p. 185.]