TBCE Rules Changes

Proposed changes to TBCE Rules

 

PROPOSAL (48) – PROPOSED RULE §78.9
Thursday, September 18, 2014 08:30 AM

(a) Purpose. The purpose of these guidelines is to:

 

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PROPOSAL (47) – PROPOSED RULE §78.8
Thursday, September 18, 2014 08:21 AM

(a) Filing complaints. A person who has a complaint about a licensee, facility or CRT may file a complaint with the board in person at the board's office, or in any written form, including submission of a completed complaint form. The board adopts the following form in both English and Spanish as its official complaint form which shall be available from the board upon request. A complaint shall contain information necessary for the proper processing of the complaint by the board, including:

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PROPOSAL (46) – PROPOSED RULE §78.7
Thursday, September 18, 2014 08:09 AM

(a) In order for the public to have access to the board and the board's procedures by which complaints are filed with and resolved by the board, each chiropractic facility is required to display a placard or sign furnished by the board containing the name of the board, mailing address, and telephone number for the purpose of directing complaints to the board. Each licensee practicing at a facility and each owner required to be registered with the board are equally responsible for ensuring that the public information placard and current annual registration certification are posted compliance with this section.

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PrOPOSAL (45) – PROPOSED RULE §78.6
Thursday, September 18, 2014 08:05 AM

(a) Current fees required by the board are as follows:

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PROPOSAL (44) – PROPOSED RULE §78.5
Thursday, September 18, 2014 08:01 AM

(a) An individual or facility regulated by the board shall cooperate with the board in its investigation of a complaint filed against the individual or facility. Upon receipt of a notice of a complaint or request for information or records from the board, an individual or facility shall respond to the complaint and any request by the board for information or records concerning the complaint. A notice of a complaint will be sent "Certified Return Receipt Requested" and must be accepted by the individual or facility or their designee. A duplicate copy of the complaint will be sent by the United States mail, and so doing raises a presumption of delivery. The original notice and the copy will be sent to the respondent's current business or mailing address on file with the board, which the respondent is required to maintain with the board by §75.1 of this title (relating to Notification and Change of Business Address), §73.1 of this title (relating to Chiropractic Facilities), or §74.2 of this title (relating to Registration of CRTs). For the purposes of this chapter and Chapter 79 of this title (relating to SOAH Proceedings), the last known address of a respondent is presumed to be the current business or mailing address on file with the board.

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