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A medical director who is employed by or is a consultant to the nursing facility shall
(1) place a resident under the care of a physician;
(2) ensure that the use of an investigational drug is properly supervised by a member of the medical staff, that an informed consent form provided by the sponsoring company or agency is used, and that complete records on the drug, including protocol and side effects, are maintained; and
(3) supervise the infection control and employee health programs.
History: Eff. 11/19/83, Register 88; am 5/28/92, Register 122
Authority: AS 18.20.010
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