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Delaware General AssemblyDelaware RegulationsMonthly Register of RegulationsDecember 2017

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This regulation supports implementation of 16 Del.C. Ch. 103, Subchapter II, The Delaware Health Care Claims Database. It summarizes the allowable purposes for access to claims data, the process by which a request for access to claims data will be reviewed and evaluated, and factors that will be considered in granting or denying such requests. It delineates the structure and duties of the Health Care Claims Database Committee
Sub-regulatory information may be found on the DHIN web site at www.DHIN.org to include the form to be used for requesting access to claims data and the general business rules to be followed by the Health Care Claims Database Committee.
The Department of Insurance gave notice in the Delaware Register of Regulations at 21 DE Reg. 271 (10/01/2017) of its proposal to amend Department of Insurance Regulation 1801 relating to reporting forms and instructions for Insurance Holding Company System Regulation. The Department’s internal docket number for this regulatory project is 3607-2017.
The purpose of the proposed amendment was to add new subsection 4.5. This new subsection put filers of reporting forms on notice that any statement submitted to the Department pursuant to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act, 18 Del.C. Ch. 50, should not be considered “filed” until the Commissioner of the Department of Insurance determines that the statement is complete. The Department is also making edits to Section 8.0, Definitions, to comport that section with the Delaware Administrative Code Drafting and Style Manual.
The Department is re-proposing proposed new subsection 4.5, but revised to put filers on notice that any Form A statement submitted to the Department pursuant to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act, 18 Del.C. Ch. 50, should not be considered “filed” until the Commissioner of the Department of Insurance determines that the statement is complete. The Department is also proposing to make the same edits to Section 8.0, Definitions, as were proposed in its October 1 proposal, for the same reason. The Department is also revising Section 23.0 of the regulation to update the effective dates of the existing regulation and of proposed new subsection 4.5.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Examiners of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies, in accordance with 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 proposes to amend the following adopted rules in 24 DE Admin. Code 1300 Board of Examiners of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies: Rule 7.0 - Employment Notification; Rule 8.0 - Private Investigators; rule 9.0 - Delaware Manager/License Holder; 11.0 - Personnel Rosters and Job Assignments; Rule 12.0 - Record Book; Right of Inspection; and Rule 13.0 - Licensing Fees. If you wish to view the complete Rules, contact Ms. Peggy Anderson at (302) 672-5304. Any persons wishing to present views may submit them in writing, by January 2, 2018, to Delaware State Police, Professional Licensing Section, P. O. Box 430, Dover, DE 19903. The Board will hold its quarterly meeting Thursday, January 25, 2018, 9:30am, at the Tatnall Building, 150 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard South, Room 112, Dover, DE.
The Delaware Board of Dentistry and Dental Hygiene, pursuant to 24 Del.C. §1106(a)(1), proposes to revise its regulations. The proposed amendments to Regulation six clarify that live webinars will be accepted as face to face CEs. The proposed amendments to Regulation eight add regulatory provisions for inactive status pursuant to 24 Del.C. §1126(e). The proposed amendment to Regulation 10 seeks to incorporate by reference the Board's clinical examination guidelines into its regulations. The proposed changes to Regulation 11 amend technical errors in the substantially related crimes list and adds the crime of misuse of the Prescription Monitoring Program. The proposed change at Regulation 12 adds a requirement that licensees update the Division of Professional Regulation within 10 days of a change in their contact information.
The Delaware Board of Nursing, pursuant to 24 Del.C. §1904(c), proposes to revise its regulations seeks to bring the regulations into conformity with current law and remove outdated and inconsistent provisions. For example, the proposed changes clarify the timeframe for a new school of nursing to obtain national accreditation; clarify the timeframe an applicant may take the NCLEX; eliminate the requirement that nurses retain their maiden name on their licenses; clarify that an APRN is not required to maintain a collaborative agreement after obtaining two years and 4,000 hours of collaboration, even if the APRN plans to apply for independent practice; clarifies the definitions of licensed healthcare delivery system and established healthcare organization; eliminates the provision precluding APRNs from prescribing medications to individuals who are not established patients; and eliminates crimes from the exhaustive list of crimes substantially related to the practice of nursing.
Pursuant to 24 Del.C. §2506(a)(1), the Delaware Board of Pharmacy has proposed revisions to its rules and regulations.
The Delaware Board of Examiners of Psychologists, pursuant to 24 Del.C. §3506(a)(1), proposes to revise its regulations. The proposed amendments to the regulations seek to require licensees to update their contact information within 10 days of any such change; clarify that psychological assistant registrants must complete a Board approved internship, not just a 450 hour practicum; enhance continuing education requirements by clarifying the maximum number of credits which may be earned for preparing and presenting scientific papers and posters; and eliminates some of the crimes on the list of those substantially related to the practice of psychology.
Pursuant to 24 Del.C. §5306(a)(1), the Board of Massage and Bodywork ("Board") has proposed revisions to its rules and regulations.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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