Regulations of Interest
2018 Regulations of Interest
7-11-18: Notice of Adoption issued by NYS DOH related to Hospital Policies and Procedures for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders.
6-27-18: Notice of Adoption issued by the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services related to Authorization for Physicians to Use Controlled Substances for Treatment of Chemical Dependence by repealing an obsolete regulation.
6-27-18: Emergency/Proposed Rule Making issued by the Department of Financial Services (DFS) related to Charges for Professional Health Services. In particular, this rule would delay the effective date of Workers’ Compensation fee schedule increases for no-fault reimbursement, until 18 months after the effective date of the increases established by the Chair, unless the Superintendent of DFS determines it would be int he best interest of consumers.
6-20-18: Proposed Rule Making issued by NYSDOH related to Inpatient Psychiatric Services and in particular, enhancing reimbursement mechanisms for inpatient psychiatric services.
3-21-18: Proposed Rule Making issued by OASAS related to Problem Gambling Treatment and Recovery Services.
3-21-18: Emergency Rule making issued by NYSDOH related to Medical Use of Marihuana. This regulation would allow certain facilities including Art. 31 and 32 clinics and other facilities established pursuant to mental hygiene law to become a designated caregiver for a certified patient in NYS’ Medical Marihuana program.
2-7-18: Proposed Rulemaking issued by the Education Department related to Mental Health Education.
1-24-18: Regulations Issued by DOH and OASAS
- Emergency Rule Making issued by NYSDOH related to Medical Use of Marihuana. The regulation would allow facilities which serve patients certified for medical marihuana use (hospitals, residential health care facilities, adult care facilities, community mental health residences, mental hygiene facilities, residential facilities for those with developmental disabilities or for children/youth, private/public schools) to become designated caregivers for such patients, at their option. If registered as such, the facilities could possess, acquire, deliver, transfer, transport and/or administer medical marihuana, on the patient’s behalf.
- Notices of Adoption issued today by OASAS related to Repeal Part 830 (Acupuncture) and Add New Part 830 (Designated Services; Acupuncture and Telepractice) to Title 14 NYCRR (A) and Children’s Behavioral Health Services (A)
1-3-18: Notice of Adoption issued today by NYSDOH related to Children’s Behavioral Health and Health Services.
2017 Regulations of Interest: To see 2017 regulations of interest to NYS Council members, click here.
2016 Regulations of Interest: To see 2016 regulations of interest to NYS Council members, click here.
2015 Regulations of Interest: To see 2015 regulations of interest to NYS Council members, click here.
2014 Regulations of Interest: To see 2014 regulations of interest to NYS Council members, click here.