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NOTICE This compilation incorporates the most recent revisions of rules and statutes governing psychologists. available as of April 2014 Note that this compilation is not an official version of the Indiana Code or the Indiana. Administrative Code It is distributed as a general guide to Indiana psychology licensure law and regulations It is. not intended to be offered as legal advice and it may contain typographical errors The Indiana State Psychology. Board and the staff of the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency are prohibited from providing legal advice on. issues contained herein For legal advice please consult an attorney To obtain official copies of the Indiana Code. or Indiana Administrative Code contact your nearest public library or visit the website of the Indiana General. Assembly at www in gov legislative,INDIANA STATE PSYCHOLOGY BOARD. July 2014 Edition,TABLE OF CONTENTS,INDIANA CODE 25 1 9 General Provisions. Chapter 1 Health Professions Standards of Practice IC 25 1 9 Pages 6 11. INDIANA CODE 25 33 Psychologists, Chapter 1 Regulation of Psychologists Creation of Board IC 25 33 1 Pages 11 16. Chapter 2 Continuing Education IC 25 33 2 Page 16, INDIANA CODE 16 18 Health General Provisions and Definitions. Chapter 1 General Provisions IC 16 18 1 Pages 16 17. Chapter 2 Definitions IC 16 18 2 Pages 17 18,INDIANA CODE 16 39 Health Records.
Chapter 1 Release of Heath Records to Patient and Authorized Persons IC 16 39 1 Pages 18 20. Chapter 2 Release of Mental Health Records to Patient and Authorized Persons IC 16 39 2 Pages 20 22. Chapter 3 Release of Mental Health Records in Investigations and Legal Proceedings IC 16 39 3 Pages 23 24. Chapter 4 Provision of Mental Health Information IC 16 39 4 Pages 24 25. Chapter 5 Release of Health Records to Third Parties for Legitimate Business Purposes IC 16 39 5 Pages 25 26. Chapter 6 Access to Hospital Records by Hospital Medical Staff Committees IC 16 39 6 Page 27. Chapter 7 Maintenance of Health Records X rays and Other Tests IC 16 39 7 Pages 27 28. Chapter 7 1 Autopsy Records IC 16 39 7 1 Pages 28 30. Chapter 8 Immunity from Liability IC 16 39 8 Page 30. Chapter 9 Charges Permitted for Providing Copies of Medical Records IC 16 39 9 Pages 30 31. Chapter 10 Disclosure of Protected Health Information IC 16 39 10 Page 31. INDIANA CODE 31 9 Family Law and Juvenile Law Definitions. Chapter 1 General Provisions IC 31 9 1 Page 31,Chapter 2 Definitions IC 31 9 2 Pages 32 34. INDIANA CODE 31 33 Juvenile Law Reporting and Investigation of Child Abuse and Neglect. Chapter 1 General Provisions Purpose of Article IC 31 33 1 Page 31. Chapter 3 Establishment of Community Child Protection Team IC 31 33 3 Pages 32 34. Chapter 4 Local Plan for Provision of Child Protection Services IC 31 33 4 Page 35 36. Chapter 5 Duty to Report Child Abuse or Neglect IC 31 33 5 Page 36. Chapter 6 Immunity of Persons Who Report Child Abuse or Neglect IC 31 33 6 Pages 36 37. Chapter 7 Receipt of Report of Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect IC 31 33 7 Pages 37 39. Chapter 8 Investigation of Reports of Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect IC 31 33 8 Pages 39 41. Chapter 9 Designation of Public or Private Agencies to Investigate Reports of Abuse or. Neglect of a Child under the Care of a Public or Private Institution IC 31 33 9 Page 41. Chapter 10 Duty of Health Care Provider to Examine Photograph and X ray Child Who is. Subject of Child Abuse or Neglect Report IC 31 33 10 Page 41 42. Chapter 11 Duty of Hospital Not to Release Child Who is Subject of Child Abuse or Neglect Report IC 31 33 11 Page 42. Chapter 14 Referral of Case to Juvenile Court Following Investigation of Report of Child Abuse. or Neglect Juvenile Court Proceeding IC 31 33 14 Page 42. Chapter 15 Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem or Court Appointed Special Advocate IC 31 33 15 Pages 42 43. Chapter 16 Review of Status of Child by Juvenile Court IC 31 33 16 Page 43. Chapter 18 Disclosure of Reports Confidentiality Requirements IC 31 33 18 Pages 43 46. Chapter 22 Offenses Access to Unsubstantiated False Reports IC 31 33 22 Pages 46 47. INDIANA CODE 34 30 Immunity from Civil Liability, Chapter 16 Health Care Privileged Communications of Mental Health Service Providers IC 34 30 16 Page 47. INDIANA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE,Title 868 Article 1 1 State Psychology Board. Rule 1 General Definitions 868 IAC 1 1 1 Page 48, Rule 2 The Board of Examiners 868 IAC 1 1 2 Page 48. Rule 3 Application 868 IAC 1 1 3 Pages 48 49, Rule 4 Educational Qualifications for Licensure 868 IAC 1 1 4 Pages 49 51.
Rule 5 Examinations 868 IAC 1 1 5 Pages 51 52, Rule 6 Professional Experience Repealed 868 IAC 1 1 6 Page 52. Rule 7 Private Practice 868 IAC 1 1 7 5 Pages 52 53. Rule 8 Certificate Renewal Repealed 868 IAC 1 1 8 Page 53. Rule 8 1 Continuing Education Repealed 868 IAC 1 1 8 1 Page 53. Rule 9 Rosters Repealed 868 IAC 1 1 9 Page 53, Rule 10 Endorsement Repealed 868 IAC 1 1 10 Page 53. Rule 10 1 Endorsement 868 IAC 1 1 10 1 Page 53, Rule 11 Code of Professional Conduct 868 IAC 1 1 11 Pages 53 58. Rule 12 Fee Schedule 868 IAC 1 1 12 Page 58, Rule 13 Health Service Providers 868 IAC 1 1 13 Pages 58 62. Rule 14 Disciplinary Actions 868 IAC 1 1 14 Pages 62 63. Rule 15 Continuing Education 868 IAC 1 1 15 Pages 63 66. INDIANA CODE 25 1 9,ARTICLE 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS,INDIANA CODE 25 1 9.
Chapter 9 Health Professions Standards of Practice. IC 25 1 9 1, Sec 1 As used in this chapter board means any of the entities described in IC 25 0 5 11. As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1 Amended by P L 242 1989 SEC 7 P L 238 1989 SEC 7 P L 186 1990 SEC 7 P L 48 1991 SEC 20 P L 227 1993. SEC 7 P L 33 1993 SEC 14 P L 213 1993 SEC 4 P L 1 1994 SEC 122 P L 124 1994 SEC 6 P L 175 1997 SEC 6 P L 147 1997 SEC 10 P L 84 1998. SEC 5 P L 24 1999 SEC 6 P L 2 2008 SEC 59 P L 122 2009 SEC 8 P L 84 2010 SEC 16 P L 3 2014 SEC 26. IC 25 1 9 2,Practitioner, Sec 2 As used in this chapter practitioner means an individual who holds. 1 an unlimited license certificate or registration. 2 a limited or probationary license certificate or registration. 3 a temporary license certificate registration or permit. 4 an intern permit or,5 a provisional license, issued by the board regulating the profession in question including a certificate of registration issued under IC 25 20. As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1,IC 25 1 9 3, Sec 3 As used in this chapter license includes a license certificate registration or permit. As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1,IC 25 1 9 3 5,Sexual contact.
Sec 3 5 As used in this chapter sexual contact means. 1 sexual intercourse as defined in IC 35 31 5 2 302. 2 other sexual conduct as defined in IC 35 31 5 2 221 5 or. 3 any fondling or touching intended to arouse or satisfy the sexual desires of either the individual performing the fondling or touching or the individual being. fondled or touched, As added by P L 200 2001 SEC 1 Amended by P L 114 2012 SEC 50 P L 158 2013 SEC 278. IC 25 1 9 4, Standards of professional practice findings required for sanctions evidence of foreign discipline. Sec 4 a A practitioner shall conduct the practitioner s practice in accordance with the standards established by the board regulating the profession in. question and is subject to the exercise of the disciplinary sanctions under section 9 of this chapter if after a hearing the board finds. 1 a practitioner has, A engaged in or knowingly cooperated in fraud or material deception in order to obtain a license to practice including cheating on a licensing examination. B engaged in fraud or material deception in the course of professional services or activities. C advertised services in a false or misleading manner or. D been convicted of a crime or assessed a civil penalty involving fraudulent billing practices including fraud under. i Medicaid 42 U S C 1396 et seq,ii Medicare 42 U S C 1395 et seq. iii the children s health insurance program under IC 12 17 6 or. iv insurance claims, 2 a practitioner has been convicted of a crime that.
A has a direct bearing on the practitioner s ability to continue to practice competently or. B is harmful to the public, 3 a practitioner has knowingly violated any state statute or rule or federal statute or regulation regulating the profession in question. 4 a practitioner has continued to practice although the practitioner has become unfit to practice due to. A professional incompetence that, i may include the undertaking of professional activities that the practitioner is not qualified by training or experience to undertake and. ii does not include activities performed under IC 16 21 2 9. B failure to keep abreast of current professional theory or practice. C physical or mental disability or, D addiction to abuse of or severe dependency upon alcohol or other drugs that endanger the public by impairing a practitioner s ability to practice safely. 5 a practitioner has engaged in a course of lewd or immoral conduct in connection with the delivery of services to the public. 6 a practitioner has allowed the practitioner s name or a license issued under this chapter to be used in connection with an individual who renders services. beyond the scope of that individual s training experience or competence. 7 a practitioner has had disciplinary action taken against the practitioner or the practitioner s license to practice in any state or jurisdiction on grounds similar. to those under this chapter,8 a practitioner has diverted. A a legend drug as defined in IC 16 18 2 199 or, B any other drug or device issued under a drug order as defined in IC 16 42 19 3 for another person.
9 a practitioner except as otherwise provided by law has knowingly prescribed sold or administered any drug classified as a narcotic addicting or. dangerous drug to a habitue or addict, 10 a practitioner has failed to comply with an order imposing a sanction under section 9 of this chapter. 11 a practitioner has engaged in sexual contact with a patient under the practitioner s care or has used the practitioner patient relationship to solicit sexual. contact with a patient under the practitioner s care. 12 a practitioner who is a participating provider of a health maintenance organization has knowingly collected or attempted to collect from a subscriber or. enrollee of the health maintenance organization any sums that are owed by the health maintenance organization or. 13 a practitioner has assisted another person in committing an act that would be grounds for disciplinary sanctions under this chapter. b A practitioner who provides health care services to the practitioner s spouse is not subject to disciplinary action under subsection a 11. c A certified copy of the record of disciplinary action is conclusive evidence of the other jurisdiction s disciplinary action under subsection a 7. As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1 Amended by P L 2 1993 SEC 136 P L 149 1997 SEC 7 P L 22 1999 SEC 4 P L 200 2001 SEC 2 P L 203 2001. SEC 3 P L 1 2002 SEC 96 P L 197 2007 SEC 22,IC 25 1 9 5. Optometry employment practice, Sec 5 In addition to section 4 of this chapter a practitioner licensed to practice optometry is subject to the exercise of disciplinary sanctions under section 9. of this chapter if after a hearing the board finds a practitioner has accepted employment to practice optometry from a person other than. 1 a corporation formed by an optometrist under IC 23 1 5 or 2 an individual who is licensed as an optometrist under this article and whose legal residence. is in Indiana,As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1,IC 25 1 9 6. Veterinary practitioners cruelty to animals, Sec 6 In addition to section 4 of this chapter a practitioner licensed to practice veterinary medicine or registered as a veterinary technician is subject to the.
exercise of the disciplinary sanctions under section 9 of this chapter if after a hearing the board finds a practitioner has engaged in cruelty to animals. As added by P L 152 1988 SEC 1,IC 25 1 9 6 5,Chiropractors waiver of deductible or copayment. Sec 6 5 a In addition to section 4 of this chapter a practitioner licensed to practice chiropractic is subject to the exercise of the disciplinary sanctions under. section 9 of this chapter if after a hearing the board regulating the profession finds a practitioner has. 1 waived a payment of a deductible or a copayment required to be made to the practitioner by a patient under the patient s insurance or health care plan. 2 advertised the waiver of a payment described in subdivision 1. b This section does not apply to the waiver of a deductible or a copayment by a practitioner if. 1 the practitioner determines chiropractic service is necessary for the immediate health and welfare of a patient. 2 the practitioner determines the payment of a deductible or a copayment would create a substantial financial hardship for the patient and. 3 the waiver is based on the evaluation of the individual patient and is not a regular business practice of the practitioner. As added by P L 151 1989 SEC 9,IC 25 1 9 6 7, Marriage and family therapists disciplinary sanctions. Sec 6 7 In addition to the actions listed under section 4 of this chapter that subject a practitioner to the exercise of disciplinary sanctions a practitioner who is. licensed under IC 25 23 6 is subject to the exercise of disciplinary sanctions under section 9 of this chapter if after a hearing the board regulating the. profession finds that the practitioner has, 1 performed any therapy that by the prevailing standards of the mental health professions in the community where the services were provided would. Indiana State Psychology Board 402 W Washington St Room W072 Indianapolis IN 46204 Phone 317 234 3009 Fax 317 233 4236 Email Pla9 pla in gov Website www PLA in gov 2 NOTICE This compilation incorporates the most recent revisions of rules and statutes governing psychologists available as of April 2014 Note that this compilation is not an official version of the Indiana Code or

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