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The Florida Statutes

The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title XXIX
Chapter 400
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Section 400.9925, Florida Statutes 2009

400.9925  Rulemaking authority; license fees.--

(1)  The agency shall adopt rules necessary to administer the clinic administration, regulation, and licensure program, including rules pursuant to this part and part II of chapter 408, establishing the specific licensure requirements, procedures, forms, and fees. It shall adopt rules establishing a procedure for the biennial renewal of licenses. The agency may issue initial licenses for less than the full 2-year period by charging a prorated licensure fee and specifying a different renewal date than would otherwise be required for biennial licensure. The rules shall specify the expiration dates of licenses, the process of tracking compliance with financial responsibility requirements, and any other conditions of renewal required by law or rule.

(2)  The agency shall adopt rules specifying limitations on the number of licensed clinics and licensees for which a medical director or a clinic director may assume responsibility for purposes of this part. In determining the quality of supervision a medical director or a clinic director can provide, the agency shall consider the number of clinic employees, the clinic location, and the health care services provided by the clinic.

(3)  In accordance with s. 408.805, an applicant or a licensee shall pay a fee for each license application submitted under this part, part II of chapter 408, and applicable rules. The amount of the fee shall be established by rule and may not exceed $2,000.

History.--s. 4, ch. 2003-411; s. 126, ch. 2007-230.

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