DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING MAY 3, 2013 MINUTES (DRAFT)

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1 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING MAY 3, 2013 MINUTES (DRAFT) 9840 International Drive Orlando, FL (407) Participants in this public meeting should be aware that these proceedings are being recorded and that an audio file of the meeting will be posted to the Board s website. May 3, :00 a.m. The minutes reflect the actual sequence of events rather than the original agenda order. Call the Meeting to Order and Roll Call: Clint Lohr, Chair, called the general business meeting to order at approximately 8:00 a.m. Those present for all or part of the meeting, included the following: MEMBERS PRESENT Clint Lohr, PT, Chair, Cert. MDT Dr. Gina Petraglia, Vice Chair, PT Dr. William S. Quillen, PT, DPT, PhD, FACSM Dr. Kay Tasso, PT, PhD, PCS Christina L. Pettie, PT, MHA PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Cecilie Sykes, Prosecuting Attorney, DOH Prosecution Services BOARD COUNSEL Rachel Clark, Board Counsel, Assistant Attorney General Larry Harris, Board Counsel, Assistant Attorney General STAFF PRESENT Allen Hall, Executive Board Director Jessica Sapp, Program Administrator Mr. Lohr recognized Heidi Herbst-Paakkonen and Susan Layton with the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) and Garnet Nevels, Contract Manager with the Department of Health (DOH). DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS Time Began: 8:05a.m. EST MOTION FOR FINAL ORDER BY HEARING NOT INVOLVING DISPUTED ISSUES OF MATERIAL FACT Tab 1 Stephen Burleson, PT23208 (PCP Petraglia, Bumgarner, Hughes) Dr. Petraglia was recused due to participation in the Probable Cause Panel. Respondent was present and sworn in by the court reporter. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 24

2 Ms. Sykes summarized the case for the Board. Respondent was charged with the following violations: Count I: Section (1)(b), (1)(k), (1)(h) and (1)(m), Florida Statutes ( ) by obtaining a physical therapist license by fraudulent misrepresentation when Respondent answered no to the criminal history question on each application and/or failed to update applications when the applications were pending before the Department, when Respondent knew prior to submitting the applications for licensure and/or while the applications were pending for licensure that he had entered a plea of nolo contendere on December 6, 2005 to Driving Under the Influence. Count II: Section (1)(k) and (1)(z), Florida Statutes ( ) by failing to notify the Board and Department of his pleas of nolo contendere to Driving Under the Influence on December 6, 2005 and Domestic Battery on May 23, MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to find that the Respondent was properly served and has requested an informal hearing. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 4/0. MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to adopt the findings of fact as set forth in the Administrative Complaint. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 4/0. MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to adopt the conclusions of law as set forth in the Administrative Complaint and find that this constitutes a violation of the Chapters 486 and 456, Florida Statutes. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 4/0. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to impose the following penalties: Reprimand. Fine of $1, within thirty (30) days. Suspension until Respondent obtains a PRN evaluation and PRN deems that he is safe to practice. In the event that PRN recommends a monitoring contract, Respondent is required to comply with those recommendations. Successful passage of the Laws and Rules exam within 180 days. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 4/0. MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to access the costs of $ to be paid within 30 days. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 4/0. MOTION FOR VOLUNTARY RELINQUISHMENT Tab 2 Rodney Ferrell, PTA21511 Case No (PCP Waived) Respondent was not present nor represented by legal counsel. Ms. Sykes summarized the case for the Board. Respondent was charged with the following violation: Section (1)(a)1(k), Florida Statutes, by being unable to practice physical therapy with reasonable skill and safety by reason of illness, or being terminated from a treatment program for impaired practitioners. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 24

3 MOTION: Dr. Petraglia made a motion to accept the Voluntary Relinquishment. The motion was seconded by Mr. Lohr and carried 5/0. Time Ended: 8:23a.m. Time Began: 8:23a.m. REQUEST FOR FORMAL MONITOR APPROVAL Tab 3 Matthew Williams, PTA21230 Respondent was not present. Diane Brawner was not present. Case No : An Administrative Complaint (AC) was filed on October 16, 2012 against Mr. Williams for falsifying patient records and billing notes. Ms. Sykes summarized the case for the Board which consisted of 2 counts. COUNT I: Respondent violated Section (1)(b), Florida Statutes (2011) by committing fraud in the practice of physical therapy. COUNT II: Respondent violated Section (1)(k) and (1)(a), Florida Statutes (2011) by making misleading, deceptive, or fraudulent representations in the practice of physical therapy. Mr. Williams and the Department entered into a Settlement Agreement which required: Reprimand Appearance at the meeting which the Settlement Agreement is considered and the first meeting of Respondent s probationary period along with the proposed monitor Costs in the amount of $1, to be paid within 5 years of the Final Order date with a minimum amount of $ due each year. $10, fine to be paid within 5 years of the Final Order date. Apply and register for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam within 90 days and obtain a passing score within 2 years of the Final Order date. Probation for a period of 2 years with indirect supervision by a Board approved monitor. Quarterly reports including: o Statement as to why the Respondent is on probation. o Description of practice location o Description of current practice o Statement of compliance o Relationship with monitor o Advising the Board of any problems o Addressing compliance with any restrictions or requirements imposed by Board Mr. Williams received temporary approval of his proposed monitor, Diane Brawner, from the Board Chair on February 22, His request is now before the board to have his monitor formally approved. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 24

4 Dr. Petraglia discussed her concerns with the request as the Settlement Agreement signed by the Respondent requires an appearance by both the Respondent and the proposed monitor. Dr. Petraglia was concerned with moving forward as neither party was present. MOTION: Due to the Respondent and Monitor s non-appearance at the required meeting, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to deny Ms. Diane Brawner, PT19432, as Mr. Williams monitor. The denial is based upon complying with Board Order and concerns with knowing her responsibilities. Mr. Williams shall cease practice immediately as the temporary approval of his monitor is void per the terms of his Settlement Agreement. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. REPORT Tab 4 Prosecuting Attorney Report DOH/PROSECUTOR S REPORT FOR BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY MEETING Meeting Date May 3, 2013 TO: FROM: Allen Hall, Executive Director Cecilie Dale Sykes, Assistant General Counsel DATE: April 30, 2013 RE: Current Open / Pending PT cases Total Cases open/active in PSU: 26 Total Pre Probable Cause Cases: 19 Cases under legal review: 9 Cases where PC Recom made: 17 Total Cases where PC has been found: 5 Cases in holding status: 0 Cases awaiting supp. invest.: 0 Cases in which AC has been filed: 5 Cases pending before DOAH: 1 Priority 1 cases: 2 Cases in intake status: 0 Time Ended: 8:29a.m. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 4 of 24

5 Time Began: 8:29a.m. PETITION FOR VARIANCE OR WAIVER OF RULE Tab 5 Ernesto Hernandez De Armas, PT by Examination Rule 64B , FAC Mr. Hernandez De Armas was not present. This item was continued from the February 2013 board meeting. Mr. Hernandez De Armas has filed a petition for waiver of Rule 64B , F.A.C. He is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on his FCCPT evaluation in general and professional education. Based on his date of graduation, he is lacking 8.14 credits in general education and required course content. Per prior board approval, FCCPT evaluated Mr. Hernandez De Armas education on the documents submitted by him. Mr. Hernandez De Armas has submitted a written request to withdraw his application. MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to accept Mr. Hernandez De Armas withdrawal request. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. Tab 6 Petronella Dorothea Van Der Merwe, PT by Endorsement Rule 64B , FAC Ms. Van Der Merwe was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Ms. Van Der Merwe filed a petition for waiver of Rule 64B , F.A.C. She is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on her FCCPT evaluation. Based on her date of graduation, she is pending 9 hours of general education, including 1 course in Humanities, 1 course in Social Sciences and 1 course in Math. Ms. Van Der Merwe submitted an applicant copy of an evaluation completed by IERF in September, This evaluation states her education is equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor degree in Physical Therapy however the evaluation does not use the FSBPT Course Work Tool (CWT) which is required by Rule 64B (3)(1)(c). Ms. Van Der Merwe was originally licensed in Florida on November 15, Her license became Null & Void on January 31, 1999 with no discipline history. At the time of her initial licensure, Florida did not require the use of the FSBPT CWT. MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to grant the Petition for Variance or Waiver of Rule 64B The application for licensure is approved and she is certified to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam. Upon a passing score on the exam shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 5 of 24

6 Tab 7 Juanita Coltman, PT by Examination Rule 64B , FAC Ms. Coltman was not present. Ms. Coltman has filed a petition for waiver of Rule 64B , F.A.C. She is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on her FCCPT evaluation in general education. Based on her date of graduation, she is lacking 9 hours of general education and the following course content: General Education Chemistry II with lab Physics I with lab Physics II with lab Biological Sciences In regards to her criminal history, Ms. Coltman was convicted of Obtaining Financial Advantage in September 2009 by the National Police of Australia. She was sentenced to pay restitution, fines and 2 years of good behavior. Due to difficulties obtaining a visa, Ms. Coltman is unable to enter the country until September, She has submitted a request to have the board rule on her petition and application in her absence. The Board discussed their concerns regarding the lack of evidence for the pending educational requirements. MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to deny the petition. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. MOTION: Dr. Petraglia made a motion to deny the application for licensure as the applicant has not satisfied the requirements set forth in Rule 64B The motion was seconded by Mr. Lohr and carried 5/0. Tab 8 Hiren Patel, PT by Endorsement Rule 64B , FAC Mr. Patel was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Mr. Patel has filed a petition for waiver of Rule 64B , F.A.C. He is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on his FCCPT evaluation in general education. Based on his date of graduation, he is lacking 24 hours of general education however all of the required content areas have been met. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to deny the Petition for Variance or Waiver of Rule 64B The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Mr. Patel has previously waived his 90 day right for his application to be acted upon by the Board. He plans to complete the pending deficiencies as outlined in his credential evaluation. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 6 of 24

7 Tab 9 Peter Wilde, PT by Endorsement Rule 64B , FAC Mr. Wilde was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Mr. Wilde has filed a petition for waiver of Rule 64B , F.A.C. He is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on his FCCPT evaluation in general education. Based on his date of graduation, he is lacking 17 hours of general education and the following course content: General Education Chemistry I with lab Chemistry II with lab Psychology MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to grant the Petition for Variance or Waiver of Rule 64B as the petitioner has demonstrated a substantial hardship and the additional education he has completed through his employment history. The application for licensure is approved and he is certified to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam. Upon a passing score on the exam shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. Tab 10 Jonathan Bautista, PT by Endorsement Rule 64B , FAC Mr. Bautista was present and sworn in by the court reporter. He is requesting a waiver from the education requirement(s) in regards to the deficiencies on his FCCPT evaluation in professional education. Based on his date of graduation, he meets the credit requirements in professional education. He is lacking the following course content: Professional Education Related Professional Coursework Consultation, Screening and Delegation. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to grant the Petition for Variance or Waiver of Rule 64B as the petitioner has proven substantial hardship in that the pending course was not offered during his PT program. The Board also feels that the Florida Laws and Rules Exam will capture a competence in the pending course. The application for licensure is approved and he is certified to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam. Upon a passing score on the exam shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. Time Ended: 9:07a.m. PERSONAL APPEARANCE PURSUANT TO (3)(c), F.S. Time Began: 9:07a.m. Tab 11 Hayley Young, PT by Examination Ms. Young was present and sworn in by the court reporter. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 7 of 24

8 Ms. Young was asked to appear to discuss her education history. After discussion, Ms. Young waived 90 day right for her application to be acted upon by the Board. She plans to complete the pending deficiencies as outlined in her credential evaluation. Tab 12 Temetria James, PTA by Examination Ms. James was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Ms. James was asked to appear to discuss her criminal history. MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to approve Ms. James application for licensure and to certify her to sit for the National Physical Therapy Assistant Exam and the Florida Laws and Rules Exam and upon a passing score on the exams shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. Tab 13 Joshua Harrington, PTA Temp Permit by Examination Mr. Harrington was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Mr. Harrington was asked to appear to discuss his criminal, personal and discipline history. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve Mr. Harrington s application for licensure and to certify him to sit for the National Physical Therapy Assistant Exam and the Florida Laws and Rules Exam and upon a passing score on the exams shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. Tab 14 Robert Jahns, PTA by Endorsement Mr. Jahns was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Mr. Jahns was asked to appear to discuss his criminal history. The board office received an anonymous tip from the public in regards to additional criminal history for Mr. Jahns. Board staff conducted a web search and found supporting documentation via public websites for arrests not disclosed on his application. Dr. Petraglia addressed this with Mr. Jahns. Ms. Clark asked Mr. Jahns how many DUI convictions he s received to which Mr. Jahns stated three. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve the application for licensure and authorize Mr. Jahns to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam. Upon successful completion of a PRN evaluation and compliance with their recommendation, licensure is granted. Applicant has 30 days to contact PRN, 90 days to schedule an evaluation and 120 days to comply or licensure is denied. Board staff is delegated to approve licensure once all terms are completed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Dr. Martha Brown, Assistant Medical Director with PRN, explained the PRN evaluation and treatment process. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 8 of 24

9 Tab 15 Donald Shaw, PT by Endorsement Mr. Shaw was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Dr. Quillen recused himself from this tab due to personal knowledge. Mr. Shaw was asked to appear to discuss his criminal and discipline history. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve Mr. Shaw s application for licensure and to certify him to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam and upon a passing score on the exam shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 4/0. Tab 16 Justin Prezas, PTA by Examination Mr. Prezas was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Mr. Prezas was asked to appear to discuss his criminal and personal history. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve the application for licensure and authorize Mr. Prezas to sit for the National Physical Therapy Assistant Exam and the Florida Laws and Rules Exam. Upon successful completion of a PRN evaluation and compliance with their recommendation, licensure is granted. Applicant has 30 days to contact PRN, 90 days to schedule an evaluation and 120 days to comply or licensure is denied. Board staff is delegated to approve licensure once all terms are completed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. Tab 17 Deirdre Foudy, PT by Endorsement Ms. Foudy was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Ms. Foudy was asked to appear to discuss her personal history. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve Ms. Foudy s application for licensure and to certify her to sit for the Florida Laws and Rules Exam and upon a passing score on the exam shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Time Ended: 10:04a.m. Break: 10:04a.m. Reconvened: 10:14a.m. Time Began: 10:14a.m. REQUEST FOR FORMAL MONITOR APPROVAL Tab 3 Matthew Williams, PTA21230 Mr. Williams arrived at the meeting during the above break and asked the Board to reconsider his request. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 9 of 24

10 MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to reconsider the Respondent s request for formal monitor approval. The motion was seconded by Ms. Pettie and carried 5/0. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to table this request to the August 2013 Board meeting. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. Tab 18 This tab was removed from the agenda. Time Ended: 10:19a.m. Time Began: 10:19a.m. REQUEST FOR CONSIDERATION OF EXEMPTION FOR DISQUALIFICATION FROM EMPLOYMENT Tab 19 Robert Anzilotti, PTA Mr. Anzilotti was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Robert Anzilotti has submitted an application for Exemption from Disqualification to seek employment in a health care setting. MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Petraglia made a motion to approve Mr. Anzilotti s exemption for disqualification from employment. The motion was seconded by Mr. Lohr and carried 5/0. Tab 20 Rajain Jones, PTA Mr. Jones was not present. Rajain Jones has submitted an application for Exemption from Disqualification to seek employment in a health care setting. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve Mr. Jones exemption for disqualification from employment. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Tab 21 Alexander Goycochea, PTA Mr. Goycochea was present and sworn in by the court reporter. Alexander Goycochea has submitted an application for Exemption from Disqualification to seek employment in a health care setting. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve Mr. Goycochea s exemption for disqualification from employment. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. Time Ended: 10:27a.m. Time Began: 10:27a.m. PRESENTATIONS May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 10 of 24

11 Tab 22 Presentation Ms. Garnet Nevels, Operations and Management Consultant, spoke on behalf of the Department of Health regarding the new renewal process and verifying continuing education at renewal. This includes modifications to the renewal system that will check the licensees continuing education at the beginning of the renewal process and if continuing education is not yet complete, it will navigate to screens that will allow the licensee to report continuing education before proceeding with renewal. To review the new approach visit: Tab 23 FSBPT Continuing Competence Heidi Herbst-Paakkonen and Susan Layton, FSBPT, addressed the Board. They discussed the FSBPT continuing competence initiative and provided an overview of FSBPT continuing competence tools and services. Time Ended: 11:55a.m. Break 11:55a.m. Reconvene: 12:07p.m. Time Began: 12:07p.m. RULE REVIEW Tab 24 Rule 64B Requirement for Instruction on Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Dr. Petraglia discussed Rule 64B and possible revisions. 64B Requirement for Instruction on Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. (1) To receive Board approval for biennial renewal, courses on HIV/AIDS shall be one hour and include the following subject areas: (a) Modes of transmission; (b) Infection control procedures; (c) Clinical management; (d) Prevention; (e) Florida law on AIDS and the impact on testing, confidentiality, and treatment. A home study course shall be permitted to fulfill this aspect of the HIV/AIDS education. (2) Each licensee must complete at least one clock hour on HIV/AIDS education no later than upon the licensee s first renewal of licensure. The Board shall accept coursework from schools of physical therapy, provided such coursework was completed no more than five (5) years preceding initial licensure date. (3) Courses approved by any Board within the Division of Medical Quality Assurance of the Department of Health pursuant to Section , Florida Statutes, are approved by this Board. The Board suggested switching subsections 1 & 2, to provide further clarification in regard to HIV/AIDS being required for the licensee s first renewal; completion of HIV/AIDS for subsequent renewals is optional. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 11 of 24

12 MOTION: Dr. Petraglia made a motion to open Rule 64B for development and directed Mr. Harris to bring draft language to the August meeting. The motion was seconded by Mr. Lohr and carried 5/0. Time Ended: 12:12 p.m. Time Began: 12:12 p.m. REPORTS Tab 25 Rachel Clark, Assistant Attorney General May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 12 of 24

13 Annual Regulatory Rule Plan Ms. Clark discussed the Annual Regulatory plan with the board. Per her recommendation, the following rules will be included on the report for possible revision within the next fiscal year: Tab 26 64B Fees for Application, Re-Application and Initial Licensure 64B Biennial Renewal and Inactive Status; Delinquency; Reactivation; and Change of Status Fees 64B Licensure as a Physical Therapist by Examination 64B Licensure Examination Subjects and Passing Score; Additional Requirements After Third Failure; Laws and Rules Examination 64B Licensure by Endorsement 64B Licensure as a Physical Therapist Assistant by Examination 64B Licensure Examination Subjects and Passing Score; Additional Requirements After Third Failure; Florida Jurisprudence Examination 64B Licensure by Endorsement 64B Minimum Standards of Physical Therapy Practice 64B General Supervision of Physical Therapist Assistants; Eligibility; Requirements 64B Disciplinary Guidelines 64B Procedure for Compliance with Board Ordered Laws and Rules Exam 64B Continuing Education Chair/Vice Chair Report Dr. Petraglia addressed future rule changes regarding supervision for more than 1 person/permitee. Ms. Sapp explained that the Board does not have authority to change the legal requirements of the temporary permit law, however the Board may use discretion when approving monitors for licensees in future disciplinary cases. Dr. Petraglia and Dr. Quillen addressed concerns in regards to holding Board meetings on one day and stated the Board preference is to hold quarterly face to face meetings on 2 days as the Board has done in the past. Tab 27 Executive Director Report Cash Balance Report Board Expenditures Legislative Update Allen Hall discussed HB 413 and SB 536 with the Board. The bills amend Section (11), Florida Statues, authorizing physical therapists to implement physical therapy treatment plans which are provided by advanced registered nurse practitioners. Mr. Hall informed the Board of HB 1071 which would no longer require CAPTE accreditation for PTA graduates. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 13 of 24

14 The board addressed several concerns with the bill and the impact this would have on the physical therapy profession and workforce. Dr. Quillen volunteered to draft an opinion on behalf of Board. Ms. Ellen O Bannan, FPTA, informed the board of their campaign to education the legislature and governor. MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion that the Board of PT opposes the amendment, a suggestion for Governor Scott to veto HB 1071 and appointed Dr. Quillen to draft opinion to be submitted to the Legislative Planning office. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. APPLICANT/LICENSEE RATIFICATION LISTS Tab 28 CAPTE Accredited Applicants Examination/Endorsement Applicants PT MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to ratify the list of physical therapists for licensure by examination/endorsement (Exhibit A), 101 in number starting with Leeat Adlersberg and ending with Vincent Zambrano. Upon successful completion of the National Physical Therapy Exam and/or the Florida Laws and Rules Exam, shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. Examination/Endorsement Applicants PTA MOTION: Mt. Lohr made a motion to ratify the list of physical therapist assistants for licensure by examination/endorsement (Exhibit B), 78 in number starting with Keith Allen and ending with Tristin Zorn. Upon successful completion of the National Physical Therapy Exam and/or the Florida Laws and Rules Exam, shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Tab 29 Foreign Trained Applicants Examination Applicants MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to ratify the list of foreign trained candidates for licensure by examination (Exhibit C), 36 in number starting with Vjay Adavaelly and ending with Mona Valencia with the correction to applicant Jordan Serrano being listed twice. Upon successful completion of the National Physical Therapy Exam and the Florida Laws and Rules Exam, shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Endorsement Applicants MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to ratify the list of foreign trained candidates for licensure by endorsement (Exhibit D), 28 in number starting with Jennifer Alindogan and ending with Jhuney Suguran. Upon successful completion of the Florida Laws and Rules Exam, shall be licensed. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 14 of 24

15 NEW BUSINESS Tab 30 FSBPT Annual Meeting Delegates This year, the FSBPT will fund three people from each board to the Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas on October 10-12, 2013: One voting delegate, one alternate delegate and one Administrator. The FSBPT Delegate Assembly consists of Delegates elected by its member boards. Each member board is entitled to one Delegate. Each Delegate shall have the right to attend, speak, make motions, nominate, and vote. No Federation officer or director may serve as a Delegate. The Alternate Delegate is elected by the member board to be its representative to the Delegate Assembly in the event that the Delegate cannot or does not attend the meeting. Requirements for Designating Voting and Alternate Delegates The member board must elect its Voting and Alternate Delegates. Voting and Alternate Delegates can be members or administrators of the member board. Credentials for Delegates shall include demographic data, verification of election from the member board and a disclaimer relevant to potential conflict of interest. Either the chair or administrator of the member board may credential the delegates. Voting Delegate (fully funded):dr. William Quillen Alternate Delegate (fully funded): Ms. Christina Pettie Administrator (fully funded): Jessica Sapp Tab Proposed Meeting Dates Below are the 2014 proposed meeting dates for the full general business meetings and the Probable Cause Panel (PCP) conference calls. The Board Chair must appoint three panel members to the PCP and designate the Chair. The appointed people shall be either current Board members or at least one current Board member and one or more former members of the Board. If available, one member of the panel shall be a consumer member and at least one member shall be a licensed member of the profession. Once appointed, a panel shall serve for no less than six months. Physical Therapy Full Board General Business Meetings February 6-7, 2014 Location: Ft. Lauderdale May 1-2, 2014 Location: Orlando August 7-8, 2014 Location: St. Augustine November 6-7, 2014 Location: Tampa Physical Therapy PCP Dates February 18, Dr. Gina Petraglia April 15, Dr. Gina Petraglia June 17, Dr. Gina Petraglia August 19, Dr. Kay Tasso October 14, Dr. Kay Tasso December 9, Dr. Kay Tasso It is proposed the PCP calls begin at 11:30 a.m. EST May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 15 of 24

16 Tab 32 Election of Officers BOARD CHAIR: Clint Lohr VICE CHAIR: Gina Petraglia LEGISLATIVE LIAISON: Gina Petraglia BUDGET LIAISON: Clint Lohr UNLICENSED ACTIVITY LIAISON: Christina Pettie EDUCATION LIAISON: William Quillen ENFORCEMENT LIAISON: Kay Tasso MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve the above mentioned Officers. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. Tab 33 PCP Chair Selection The previously appointed panel chair has been replaced on the board. The board must appoint another current board member to serve as the panel chair for the following dates: June 18, 2013: Clint Lohr October 15, 2013: Clint Lohr December 10, 2013: Clint Lohr Tab 34 Proposed Ratification Changes Board staff proposed a new format and method to the current quarterly Ratification List. Currently, staff manually develops an Excel spreadsheet containing all applications approved in the prior quarter. This is done by compiling 24 weekly spreadsheets from four team members. To improve efficiency, staff requested the Board approve the use of a current database report that generates all licenses issued within the specified timeframe. The difference is the proposed report will be one report, opposed to four, that combines all licensees: PT, PTA, Exam, Endorsement, CAPTE trained, and foreign trained. This list will only contain licenses issued, opposed to applications that were approved. MOTION: After discussion, Dr. Quillen made a motion to approve the proposed ratification changes. The motion was seconded by Mr. Lohr and carried 5/0. OLD BUSINESS Tab 35 Therapy Exam Prep, Request for Reconsideration MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to reconsider the request for remedial course approval. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. An applicant had requested the Board to approve a 3 month webinar program, Therapy Exam Prep (TEP), for remedial purposes at the September 2012 conference call. After review and discussion, the Board voted to deny the course as the provider does not require full participation from the applicant and the course does not focus on the content of the NPTE, but test taking skills in general. May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 16 of 24

17 Board staff was contacted by the provider for TEP, Miye Fonseca, who requested reconsideration of the course for approval. Ms. Fonseca was present to give an overview of TEP. After discussion, the consensus of the Board is that TEP is not an academic review but an exam prep course. The preparer of the course also lacks an educational/teaching background. MOTION: After discussion, Mr. Lohr made a motion to deny Therapy Exam Prep as an acceptable remedial course for applicants who have failed the NPTE three (3) times. TEP is not an academic course and does not include proper diagnostics. The motion was seconded by Dr. Tasso and carried 5/0. MOTION: Mr. Lohr withdrew the motion to reconsider the request for remedial course approval. The motion was seconded by Dr. Quillen and carried 5/0. Tab 36 Board of Physical Therapy Minutes February 7-8, 2013 MOTION: Mr. Lohr made a motion to approve the minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Dr. Petraglia and carried 5/0. OTHER BUSINESS AND INFORMATION Tab 37 Exam Statistics Dr. Quillen addressed the exam statistics. Tab 38 Staff Recognition Larry Harris, Assistant Attorney General, introduced himself as the new Board Counsel. Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 1:56pm. Time Ended: 1:56p.m. ADJOURNMENT May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 17 of 24

18 PT by Examination & Endorsement Ratification List 1/8/2013-3/28/2013 Exhibit A Name School Degree Active Lic 1 Adlersberg, Leeat Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Alamino, Elaine Florida International Univ. MSPT 12/ Alvarez, Laura Hunter College (NY) BSPT 9/1988 NJ 4 Audtin, Heidi Univ. of Pittsburgh (PA) DPT 4/2011 LA 5 Becker, Julie The Univ. of Findlay (OH) MPT 5/2008 KY 6 Bodalia, Niketa Univ. of Sciences Philadelphia (PA) MSPT 5/1997 AL 7 Bonifay, Tiffany Western Carolina Univ. (NC) MPT 8/ Bonsall, Kathleen Neumann Univ. (PA) DPT 5/2009 MA 9 Burke, Cynthia Ithaca College (NY) BSPT 5/1973 NY 10 Campo, Valerie Hunter College (NY) BSPT 9/1997 NY 11 Cleary, Shayne Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Cockrell, Christopher Hogeschool Van Amsterdam (Netherlands) BSPT 10/ Cordial, Rory The Univ. Of Monatna DPT 5/2007 MT 14 Correa, Michelle Boston Univ. (MA) DPT 9/2010 MA 15 Covas, Neal MGH Institute of Health Professions (MA) DPT 5/ Culpepper, Cassi Georgia State Univ. DPT 8/2012 GA 17 D'agostino, Frank D'Youville College (NY) MSPT 5/1996 TX 18 Delaney, Patrick Univ. of Massachusetts-Lowell DPT 5/2009 MA 19 Demko, Kim Cleveland State Univ. (OH) BSPT 6/1998 OH 20 Dill, Allison Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Drill, Andrew Emory Univ. (GA) DPT 5/2012 GA 22 Duttweiler, Susan Daemen College (NY) BSPT 5/1982 IN 23 Eberlin, Melissa Univ. of New England (ME) MPT 5/2002 OH 24 Eberlin, Wesley Univ. of Missouri MSPT 5/2004 OH 25 Enger, Ryan Univ. of North Dakota DPT 5/2012 MN 26 Essig, Jamie Utica College (NY) MSPT 12/2002 NY 27 Finn, Katherine Pacific Univ. (OR) DPT 5/2009 OR 28 Fitzpatrick, Kaela Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Gabler, Geoffrey Univ. of Puget Sound (WA) DPT 5/2012 WA 30 Gandhi, Mandy Univ. at Buffalo (NY) DPT 6/2004 AZ 31 Goodwin, Jeremiah The Univ. of Tennessee - Chattanooga BSPT 8/1998 GA 32 Grace, Donna Georgia State Univ. BSPT 6/1996 GA 33 Gurgul, Melinda Gannon Univ. (PA) DPT 5/2011 TX 34 Haratyk, Randall Marquette Univ. (WI) BSPT 5/1970 CO 35 Harmuth, Carolyn Neuman Univ. (PA) DPT 5/2010 PA May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 18 of 24

19 36 Henderson, Alison Saint Louis Univ. (MO) MPT 1/1999 WA 37 Hidalgo, AnaCarolina Franklin Pierce Univ. (NH) DPT 2/ Holman, Amanda Daemen College (NY) DPT 5/2010 NY 39 Horgan Drake, Avery Virginia Commonwealth Univ. DPT 5/2009 VA 40 Houlding, Charles Bouston Univ. (MA) MSPT 9/1988 CA 41 Huber, Crystal Emory Univ. (GA) DPT 5/ Hubert, Cynthia Univ. of Connecticut BSPT 5/1974 CT 43 Jarnagin, Deborah Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 12/ Justice, Jennifer Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Katrak, Vahishta Loma Linda Univ. (CA) DPT 6/ Keyes, Allen Univ. of Central Florida BSPT 5/ Keyworth, Dale Hermann School of Physical Therapy (TX) Cert 9/1960 TX 48 Kimball, Ryan Univ. at Buffalo (NY) DPT 6/2012 NY 49 Labarbiera, Annette Univ. of Medicine & Denistry of New Jersey BSPT 5/1989 NJ 50 Lancashire, Elizabeth Widener Univ. (PA) MSPT 8/1997 PA 51 Lanzillotti, Anthony Univ. of Illinois BSPT 7/1996 IL 52 Lavin, Janine Hunter College (NY) MPT 6/2005 AL 53 Ledford, Kelsey Southwest Baptist Univ. (MO) BSPT 5/ Mabry, Lance US Army-Baylor Univ. (TX) DPT 5/2007 CA 55 Maier, Brian Nazareth College (NY) MSPT 5/2002 NM 56 Martin, P. Jill East Carolina Univ. (NC) BSPT 5/1978 AL 57 McGrath, Roberto Seton Hall Univ. (NJ) DPT 5/2007 NJ 58 Mclaughlin, Kathryn The Sages Colleges (NY) BSPT 12/1992 ME 59 Mcnulty, Maureen Boston Univ. (MA) MSPT 1/1996 CA 60 Mitchell, Paul Elon Univ. (NC) MSPT 5/2000 VA 61 Morales-Ojeda, Johany Univ. of Puerto Rico Med. Sciences Campus MSPT 6/ Morgan, Amy Ithaca College (NY) BSPT 5/1991 NJ 63 Myers, Warren Shenandoah Univ. (VA) DPT 8/2009 VA 64 Ortiz Rolon, Keila Univ. of Puerto Rico Med. Sciences Campus BSPT 6/ O'Toole, Shannon Univ. of Missori MPT 5/2009 AZ 66 Peavler, Leighton Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Perlman, Margaret The Sages Colleges (NY) Cert 8/1975 CT 68 Pineda, Rodolfo Franklin Pierce Univ. (NH) DPT 2/ Pontifex, Nicholos Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 8/2007 LA 70 Primakov, Sergey New York Univ. BSPT 9/1995 VA 71 Rahal, Donna Univ. of Toledo (OH) BSPT 8/1990 CA 72 Rashwan, Adham Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Reid, Penelope Univ. of Colorado BSPT 8/1971 WA 74 Remo, Judith Univ. of Vermont BSPT 5/1985 MA 75 Ricigliano, Krista Univ. at Buffalo (NY) DPT 6/2012 NY 76 Rollins, Jennifer The Univ. of Texas Healthcare San Antonio MPT 5/2001 TX 77 Saez, Kristine Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Saltzman, Derek Quinnipiac Univ. (CT) BSPT 1/1997 MA May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 19 of 24

20 79 Schmitt, Christi Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 12/ Shutes, Robert The College of St. Scholista (MN) BSPT 6/1978 MN 81 Sidd, Anna Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Singer Vikkelsoe, Austin Hunter College (NY) MPT 6/2008 NY 83 Soh, Chiu Baylor Univ. (TX) DPT 5/2007 CO 84 Steinman, Bryan Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Stinger-Saldarriaga, Dianne Viriginia Commonwealth Univ. MSPT 5/1994 WA 86 Sumner, Emily College of Mount St. Joseph (OH) DPT 5/2009 CA 87 Tang, Baron State Univ. of New York Upstate DPT 6/2011 NY 88 Thacker, Annette The Ohio State Univ. MPT 8/2003 OH 89 Thelwell, Veleka Univ. of Toronto (Canda) MSPT 11/ Thomas, Kelly Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill DPT 8/2011 CO 91 Toto, Christina Thomas Jefferson Univ. (PA) MSPT 9/2006 PA 92 Trantina, Aaron Univ. of Maryland-Eastern Shore MPT 9/1999 MD 93 Tucker, Steven Univ. at Buffalo (NY) BSPT 6/1996 NY 94 Venarchick, Jonathan Drexel Univ. (PA) DPT 3/2012 PA 95 Whitwell, Ashley Rockhurst Univ. (MO) DPT 5/2011 MO 96 William, Damon Langston Univ. (OK) DPT 5/2009 OK 97 Winkler, Ryan Univ. of St. Augustine DPT 4/ Winograd, Susan College of Staten Island (NY) MSPT 1/1998 NJ 99 Yarznbowicz, Richard Unv. of Sciences Philadelphia (PA) DPT 5/2010 PA 100 Yousef, Said Florida International Univ. DPT 12/ Zambrano, Vincent Old Dominion Univ. (VA) DPT 5/2012 MD May 3, 2013, Board of Physical Therapy Practice General Business Meeting Minutes Page 20 of 24

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