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OFFICE OF LICENSED ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Respiratory Care Practitioners Governing Board

MINUTES of April 14, 2011
The April 14, 2011 meeting of the Respiratory Care Practitioners Governing Board convened at 9:30 A.M. with the following members present:
Robert G. Fishwick, Chair

Douglas Hall, RCP

Michael Quinlan, RCP

Jeffrey Reisert, D.O.


Absent: Luann Udell, Public Member

The Board voted to approve the minutes of March 10, 2011 with a motion from Douglas Hall and a second from Michael Quinlan. Jeffrey Reisert abstained


PUBLIC MINUTES
QUALIFICATION AND LICENSURE
1. RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTITIONER APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSURE
The Board approved the following applications for licensure with a motion from Jeffrey Reisert and seconded by Michael Quinlan:
Sean A. Finan, RCP

Monique B. Racine, RCP


2. RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTITIONER APPLICATION FOR REINSTATEMENT
The Board approved the following application for reinstatement of licensure with a motion from Michael Quinlan and seconded by Douglas Hall:
Michelle K. Blanchard, RCP

Respiratory Care Practitioners Governing Board

April 14, 2011

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ADMINISTRATIVE
3. Rules:
a) HEARTING - A public hearing on proposed rule changes to Resp 100, Resp 300, Resp 400, and Resp 600 was commenced at 10:06 am. Various members of the public were present and gave testimony regarding these rules. The hearing was closed at 12:30 pm. The Board will collect any written comments submitted in accordance with the rule making process and discuss all verbal and written comments at their May 12, 2011 meeting.
4. Keene Medical Products, Inc. submitted a letter seeking clarification of the regulations in regards to Oxygen Conserving Device Titration. The Board reviewed a draft letter and voted with a motion from Jeffrey Reisert and seconded by Michael Quinlan to send the letter as written.
5. Geoffrey A. Krueger, RCP of Proactive Solutions HME Consulting, LLC a durable medical equipment company sent a letter inquiring about the scope of practice or respiratory care practitioners in New Hampshire. More specifically, the question pertained to the set-up and patient instruction of durable medical equipment in the home and the assembly, repair, testing, and maintenance of that equipment. The Board reviewed a draft letter and voted with a motion from Michael Quinlan and seconded by Douglas Hall to send the letter with amendments.
6. The Board reviewed an e-mail from Lucas Dantzler, SACU Senior Project Assistant in which Mr. Dantzler asks the question "I would like to verify if out of state businesses would have to obtain a NH Respiratory Care Practitioner License to dispense respiratory care products and supplies in NH. The Board voted with a motion from Michael Quinlan and seconded by Douglas Hall to forward this question to Health Facilities Administration who license durable medical equipment companies. The Board's administrator was further instructed to let Mr. Dantzler know that the question was being forwarded.

ADJOURN: on motion by Douglas Hall with a second by Michael Quinlan, the motion to adjourn at 1:00 P.M. carried in the affirmative.


Minutes respectfully submitted by Tina M. Kelley, Board Administrator.


Robert G. Fishwick, RCP, President at meeting dated



04/14/11

Motion to commence non-public session:


On motion from Michael Quinlan with a second by Douglas Hall, the Board voted to conduct a non-public session for the purpose of discussing investigations of alleged licensee misconduct and noting that such a non-public session is authorized by RSA 91-A: 3, II (c), RSA 91-A: 3, II (e), RSA 91-A: 5, IV, Lodge v. Knowlton, 119 N.H. 574 (1978), and the Board's executive and deliberative privileges. Each member recorded his or her vote on the motion, which passed by the unanimous vote of all members present.

NON-PUBLIC SESSION:


[Minutes kept separately]

Motion to keep minutes of non-public session confidential:


Upon the motion Michael Quinlan with a second by Jeffrey Reisert, the Board voted to withhold the minutes of the preceding non-public session from public disclosure pursuant to RSA 91-A: 3, III on the grounds that public disclosure would be likely to affect adversely the reputation of a person other than a Board member and to render the proposed action ineffective. Each member recorded his or her vote on the motion, which passed by the unanimous vote of all members present.


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