Notice of Public Hearing from The Ohio Board of Nursing:
The Ohio Board of Nursing will hold a public hearing on Wednesday July 26, 2017 beginning at 1:00 pm. in the Ohio Board of Nursing Board meeting room, located at 17 South High Street, Suite 400, Columbus, OH, 43215-7410, for the purpose of rescinding Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 4723-9-09, Standards of prescribing for nurses with a certificate to prescribe; and 4723-9-10, Formulary; and adopting a new OAC Rule 4723-9-10, Formulary; standards of prescribing for advanced practice registered nurses designated as clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse-midwives, or certified nurse practitioners.
The Board is resending notice of the public hearing to note the revised filing today Monday June 19, 2017, of new OAC Rule 4723-9-10, Formulary; standards of prescribing for advanced practice registered nurses designated as clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse-midwives, or certified nurse practitioners. The revised filing reflects the version of proposed new OAC Rule 4723-9-10 with changes accepted by the Board at their May 17, 2017 meeting. Please note that the date, time and place of the public hearing has not changed. A copy of the rules to be considered at public hearing that includes the revised filing of proposed new OAC Rule 4723-9-10 is attached to this notice.
Copies of the proposed rules referenced above may be obtained at the Register of Ohio, http://www.registerofohio.state.oh.us/jsps/publicdisplayrules/searchAgency.jsp, and at the Board’s website, www.nursing.ohio.gov, or by sending a request to the Board office with a check for $3.95 made payable to the “Treasurer, State of Ohio,” to cover postage cost.
Any person affected by the proposed action may present oral or written testimony. All interested persons will be given the opportunity to be heard at the public hearing. Those persons who wish to provide oral testimony at the hearing are encouraged to inform the Board prior to the hearing date and may be given preference in the order of testimony. Written comments received by the Board before the close of the hearing record will be considered. Written comments in lieu of oral testimony may be submitted by bringing the testimony to the public hearing, submitting via e-mail to email@example.com or by mail to be received by the close of hearing to the attention of:
Holly R. Fischer, Chief Legal Counsel
Ohio Board of Nursing
17 S. High Street, Suite 400
Columbus, Ohio 43215-7410
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