OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS
OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION
310-A:1-f Temporary Licensing Process; Rulemaking.
Notwithstanding any other state law to the contrary, the office of professional licensure and certification shall be authorized to issue temporary licenses to out-of-state health care professionals who present evidence of an active license in good standing from another jurisdiction, in accordance with rules adopted by executive director of the office of professional licensure and certification under RSA 541-A. The rules shall contain the following provisions:
I. Health care professionals shall include those individuals licensed by the boards, councils, and commissions within the office of professional licensure and certification as set forth in RSA 310-A:1-a, who perform specified medical or ancillary services within the scope of his or her authority, as determined by the executive director.
II. The temporary licenses shall be valid for 120 days, or until the board, council, or commission takes action on an application for full licensure, whichever happens first.
III. All individuals licensed under this section shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the state licensing body for that profession.
Source. 2020, 25:8, eff. July 20, 2020. 2021, 91:77, eff. July 1, 2021.