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Senate Committee on Human Resources Ad Hoc Committee on Standardized Medical Procedures - 66th R.S. (1979)

Committee Members
Chet Brooks, Chair
Terry Reed Goodman, Vice Chair
E. Lowell Berry
Max Butler
W.A. Godfrey
Wanda Q. Holekamp
Joan Houston
Clair Jordan
Arlyn Kloesel
Joy Pappas
Nina Pryatel
Margaret Rowland
T.L. Vordenbaumen
Sophie Carroll Weiss
John Young
• Study the provision of health care services by advanced practice nurses, nurse practitioners, emergency medical service personnel or physicians assistants working under standard orders or written protocols without the direct supervision of a doctor. Consider the effect on health care if limits on the use of standing delegation orders were strictly enforced. Make recommendations for legislative action. *
• Make a thorough study of the provision of health care services through the use of protocols and standing orders and of the implications, if any, of Texas Attorney General Opinion H-1295 and of any legal restraints on such use.

Charged by SR 667.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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