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This chapter applies to the Rehabilitation Committee of the Board of Morticians and Funeral Directors

10.29.13.01 Scope

A.

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The President of the Board shall appoint the Rehabilitation Committee members.

10.29.13.01 Scope

B.

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The Rehabilitation Committee is a panel which consists of a licensee member and a consumer member of the Board assisted by administrative staff and Board Counsel.

10.29.13.01 Scope

C.

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  1. Determine where meetings are held and the frequency of the meetings;
  2. Keep confidential minutes and maintain those minutes in a confidential file at the Board office; and
  3. Review and approve the procedures established by the Rehabilitation Committee.

10.29.13.01 Scope

D. The Rehabilitation Committee Shall:

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The Board of Morticians and Funeral Directors

Board

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The Rehabilitation Committee of the Board.

Committee

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A written agreement between the Committee and the practitioner that lists:

  • The individual requirements for the practitioner in the program; and
  • The conditions that shall be met by the practitioner.

Formal Agreement

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A licensee who is not capable of practicing mortuary science competently and is in need of treatment and rehabilitation for alcoholism, drug abuse, chemical dependency, or other physical, emotional, or mental condition.

Impaired Practitioner

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A licensed apprentice, funeral director, mortician, or surviving spouse.

Practitioner

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The treatment and rehabilitation plan established by the Committee and agree upon by the practitioner.

Program

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A licensed health care provider or licensed center for the evaluation, care, or rehabilitation, or all of these, of an impaired practitioner.

Treatment Entity

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The Committee, without cost to the Board, shall provide appropriate rehabilitative assistance to impaired practitioners.

10.29.13.03 Functions

A.

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  1. Make an initial review of the nature of the practitioner's impairment to determin an appropriate couse of action;
  2. Review documentation pertinent to the impairment which has been made available to the Committee;
  3. Make appropriate referrals for:
    1. Evaluation;
    2. Treatment; or
    3. Rehabilitation; and
  4. Design, or request a treatment entity to design, a program that is generally accepted by an insurer which allows an impaired practitioner to practice mortuary science in a competent manner.

10.29.13.03 Functions

B. The Committee Shall:

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Admission to the program may be the result of:

  1. Self-referral;
  2. Formal complaint; or
  3. Referral by the Board.

10.29.13.04 Criteria

A.

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If participation in the program is a result of a voluntary action by an impaired practitioner, which results in a formal agreement with the Committee to undergo a course of treatment or rehabilitation, the Committee shall report to the Board only noncompliance with the agreement.

10.29.13.04 Criteria

B.

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The Committee may not report to the Board those impaired practitioners who self-refer or who come to the attention of the Committee by a formal complaint if those practitioners comply with the formal agreement or program.

10.29.13.04 Criteria

C.

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The Committee shall report to the Board any noncompliance with the treatment program, if the Board referral is the result of a public or nonpublic order or informal discipline imposed by the Board.

10.29.13.04 Criteria

D.

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The impaired practitioner for whom the program was designed shall pay all costs associated with the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation program.

10.29.13.04 Criteria

E.