Public Policy
DEATH, DEFINITION OF
01/01/2017
(RESOLUTION 15-02) RESOLVED, that the ISMA seek legislation and support efforts to change Indiana’s Surrogate Consent Statute § 16-36-1-5-(a)(2) that: Provides a more inclusive list of eligible individuals who can serve as surrogate decision makers Establishes a hierarchy or dispute resolution process for cases in which more than one legal surrogate is present and they cannot agree on patient care; and be it further RESOLVED, that the ISMA delegation ask the AMA to support a surrogate consent statute that: Provides a more inclusive list of eligible individuals who can serve as surrogate decision makers Establishes a hierarchy or dispute resolution process for cases in which more than one legal surrogate is present and they cannot agree on patient care. (RESOLUTION 12-02) RESOLVED, that the ISMA adopt the attached guidelines for the Determination of Brain Death in Infants and Children, and the Checklist for Infants and Children for use in Indiana medical facilities. (Find the guidelines here.) (RESOLUTION 09-01) RESOLVED, that the ISMA endorse brain death guidelines for adults and a checklist for adults for recommended use in Indiana medical facilities. (See guidelines here.)
Legislative News Articles
Licensing [02/27/2017]
Licensing [02/27/2017]
Licensing [02/27/2017]
Insurance [02/27/2017]
Pharmacy [02/27/2017]
Pharmacy [02/27/2017]
Miscellaneous [02/27/2017]
Prescribing [02/27/2017]
Prescribing [02/27/2017]
Introduction [02/27/2017]
Introduction [02/27/2017]
Medicaid [02/27/2017]
Medicaid [02/27/2017]
Abortion [02/27/2017]
Miscellaneous [02/21/2017]