Effective immediately, DCA is extending by 60 days licenses for Respiratory Care Practitioners.
The State Board of Respiratory Care posted proposed rule changes on August 6. These changes address several areas of respiratory care. These proposed changes do not reflect the law that was sign by Governor Christie in July 2017. The proposed changes are a cumulation of several different areas within our regulations, such as, delegation of […]
Registered Respiratory Therapist Credential Required Effective July 21, 2017 as enacted by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey – N.J.A.C.45:14E-15 – Issuance of License. The Board shall issue a license to perform respiratory care to an applicant, who, at the time of the effective date of this act, has passed […]
by Joseph Goss, MSJ, RRT-NPS, FAARC Our lobbyist provided details related to the new telehealth law signed by Governor Chris Christie on July 21. NJSRC government affairs member Joseph Goss, met with Senator Joseph Vitale’s staff during the process to discuss services respiratory therapists can provide to patients via telehealth and telemedicine. Shortly afterwards, a bill […]
Joseph Goss, MSJ, RRT-NPS, FAARC The NJ State Licensing Board has proposed a rule change amending the requirement for a follow-up visit by a respiratory care practitioner within 24 hours of home delivery of nebulizer compressors, concentrators, and medical gas cylinders. This change was originally proposed in July 2016 but as a result of comments […]