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Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners. New Licensee Orientation. PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED…. Board accepted NBCE Part IV in 1997 Caused a distancing between new licensees and Board Board wanted to re-establish itself to those regulated Board wanted to re-establish itself as a resource.

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Minnesota board of chiropractic examiners

Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners

New Licensee Orientation


Problem to be solved

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED…

  • Board accepted NBCE Part IV in 1997

  • Caused a distancing between new licensees and Board

  • Board wanted to re-establish itself to those regulated

  • Board wanted to re-establish itself as a resource


Approach

Approach…

  • Provide 3 hour orientation

  • Give CE credits for participation

  • Provide at no cost

  • Feed the group


Structure

Structure…

  • 3 main sections

    • Overview of Board functions (Plenary)

    • Simulated Complaint resolution (Small Group)

    • Discussion of Complaint resolution (Plenary)


Overview of board functions

Overview of Board Functions

  • History of Board

  • Organizational structure (DC vs Public)

  • Staff

  • Licensee’s Organizational Relationships


Organizational relationships

Organizational Relationships

Regulatory

Board

Doctor

Educational

Institution

Professional

Associations


Overview of board functions1

Overview of Board Functions

  • Complaint Resolution Process

  • How we regulate

    • Licensing

    • Enforcement

  • Non-board functions


Overview of board functions2

Overview of Board Functions

  • Budget

  • Health Professional Services Program

  • Methods of Communication


Simulated complaint resolution

Simulated Complaint Resolution

  • Plenary group broken up into small groups, with experienced board member at each

  • Each group selects spokesperson

  • Each given a different “Case Scenario”

  • Case Scenario’s are evolved over time

  • Required to answer questions or come to conclusions re: case

  • BOARD MEMBER REMAINS PASSIVE!!


Plenary discussion of complaint resolution

Plenary Discussion of Complaint Resolution

  • Group returns to Plenary Session

  • Each case is reviewed individually with entire group

  • Spokesperson describes the evolving thinking process of the group

  • Gives the participants opportunity to see how Board handles complaints


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Former question structure

Former Question Structure

  • NOTE: ALL WERE TRUE/FALSE

  • License renewal is required only at the end of each biennial continuing education cycle (i.e.December 31st of each odd numbered year

  • 26.Penalty fee’s for late license renewal, are $150 per month or portion thereof, in which the license is not properly renewed.


Current question structure

Current Question Structure

1._____A doctor fails to maintain written records for a period of at least 7 years.

a.Minn.Stat. 148.10, Subd. 1(a)(20)

b.Minn.Stat. 148.10, Subd. 1(a)(18)

c.Minn.R. 2500.5000

d.Minn.Stat. 148.10, Subd. 1(a)(13)

34._____A doctor engages in sexual conduct with a patient outside of the office.

a.Minn.R. 2500.0100, Subp. 9b

b.Minn.R. 2500.1200, Subp. 2

c.Minn.Stat. 148.10 Subd. 1(e)(2)

d.Minn.Stat. 148.10, Subd. 1(a)(12)


Experience public protection

EXPERIENCE – PUBLIC PROTECTION

65 months12/94 – 4/005/00 – 7/05

# New Licensees

# of Complaints

% of Complaints

# of Violations

% to New Licensees

803

822

272

145

33.8%

17.6%

92

55

11.4%

6.6%


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