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Arizona Medical Board
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Arizona Medical Board
The Board's mission is to protect public health and safety.

Substantive Policy Statements for MDs

A Substantive Policy Statement (SPS) is a "written expression" that explains the agency's "current approach to, or opinion of," a constitutional, statutory, or regulatory requirement or a judicial or administrative decision, or the agency's practices and procedures regarding such a requirement or decision. A.R.S. § 41-1001 (20).

  • An SPS is advisory only.
  • An SPS does not include documents that only affect the internal procedures of the agency and does not impose additional requirements for already adopted rules, restrictions on confidential information, or additional requirements or penalties on regulated parties.
1.
 
Notification Of Affected Parties

2.
 
Physicians Who Are Registered To Dispense As To Who Should Be Inspected
[REPEALED June 2003]

3.
 
The Use of Names Other Than the Name on the Physician's License
4.
 
Approved Hospital Internship, Residency or Clinical Fellowship Accrediting Program in Addition to Those Specified in A.R.S. § 32-1401(4)
5.
 
Approval of Residency Permits Where There is Evidence of Failure to Register
[REPEALED June 2003
6.
 
Public Disclosure of Agency Information
[REPEALED June 2003]
7.
 
Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Chronic Pain
8.
 
Effective Date of Board Orders
[REPEALED June 2003]
9.
 
Explanation of Board Actions and Overview of Complaint Categories
10.
 
Delegation of Interim Consent Agreements for the Monitored Aftercare Program
11.
 
Deadline for Submission of Materials Prior to a Board Meeting
 
12.
 
Internet Prescribing
13.
 
Duties of Hospitals and Physicians to Report Peer Review/Quality Assurance Information

Substantive Policy Statements for PAs
1.
 
Deadline for Submission of Materials Prior to a Board Meeting