LEEDer Group Inc.
8508 North West 66th St.
Miami, Florida 33166 USA

Phone: 305.436.5030
Fax: 305.436.0086
E-mail Address: info {at] LEEDerGroup [dot] com

2015-06 Licensure Updates by State





June Updates
  • AR KYDEX PRO Multi Podus
    The Respiratory Therapist license requirement was deleted from respiratory equipment codes. (R01 Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP Devices); R02 High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation Devices/Supplies; R03 Invasive Mechanical Ventilation Devices; R04 Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing (IPPB Devices); R05 Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation Devices; R06 Mechanical In Exsufflation Devices; R07 Nebulizer Equipment and/or Supplies; R12 Ventilators Accessories and/or Supplies; R09 Respiratory Assist Devices; R10 Respiratory Suction Pumps; R08 Oxygen Equipment and/or Supplies) Deleted Note F ( A Respiratory Therapist or another authorized practitioner licensed in Arkansas such as a physician, advanced practice nurse or pharmacist is required for respiratory equipment set-up, administration and education. A supplier may contract with an Arkansas qualified individual to provide this service to the patient. Non-licensed personnel may only deliver respiratory equipment for use by a patient.)
  • ID
    Added Note C to Prosthetic Lenses: Conventional Eyeglasses (PD11); Prosthetic Lenses: Conventional Contact Lenses (PD12); Prosthetic Lenses: Prosthetic Cataract Lenses (PD13)
  • KY
    Note B was updated to outline Kentucky’s new HME licensure requirement: Effective June 24, 2015, KY will only grant a home medical equipment provider that is located in one of Kentucky’s seven contiguous states that license home medical equipment providers. Note C was updated to outline exemptions to Kentucky’s new HME licensure requirements.
    New Strap Label Assistance
  • MS
    Retail Community Pharmacy Permit – on line verification updated.
    From: http://msphrweb.starsystemlive.com/star/portal/msphr/page/LicenseLookup/portal.aspx To: https://elicense.mbp.state.ms.us/portal.aspx
  • VA
    Note D regarding Sanitizer Permit was updated to add: VA law allows for companies to sanitize items ata single licensed location and transport items to branch locations. Thus a Sanitizer Permit is onlyrequired at the location where sanitation takes place.