Regulatory Report: Idaho

Idaho Regulatory FAQ

The State of Idaho only permits licensed physicians to own and operate a cosmetic medical service practice.
Yes, physicians can delegate cosmetic medical procedures like laser hair removal, dermal fillers, and Botox so long as certain supervision provisions are followed.
In addition to physicians, the Idaho Administrative Code stipulates that history and physical examinations are within the practice scope of nurse practitioners. Furthermore, the Idaho Board of Medicine states that physician assistants may also conduct history and physical examinations.
buy modafinil online from india According to the Idaho Code, the Administrative Codes, and the Board of Medicine, t order isotretinoin online no prescription Pharma Life he following professions are authorized to perform laser hair removal:

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Other medical personnel who are permitted to provide non-ablative procedures (i.e. Regisered Nurses and Estheticians) According to the Idaho Administrative Code under Agency 22, Title 1, t he following professions are permitted to conduct injectable treatments:

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants (with approval from the Board of Medicine)
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Other medical personnel
 Idaho Administrative Code under Agency 22, Title 1, stipulates the following supervision rules for all treatments:

  • Physician Assistants:
    • Physicians can provide indirect or off-site supervision.
    • Physicians can only supervise 3 physician assistants at one time.
  • Nurse Practitioners:
    • A supervision or collaborative agreement is not required.
  • Other medical personnel:
    • Physicians can provide indirect or off-site supervision.
Yes, a medical director must be a licensed medical doctor or a doctor of osteopathic medicine.
Yes, laser hair removal is considered to be the practice of medicine.

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