H.R.5623 - Department of Veterans Affairs Prosthetics Employees Standards Act of 2007

To amend title 38, United States Code, to establish licensure requirements for employees and contractor personnel of the Department of Veterans Affairs performing orthotics services, pedorthics services, or prosthetics services in any State in which there is a State licensure requirement for persons performing those services in private practice. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 38, United States Code, to establish licensure requirements for employees and contractor personnel of the Department of Veterans Affairs performing orthotics services, pedorthics services, or prosthetics services in any State in which there is a State licensure requirement for persons performing those services in private practice. as introduced.
  • Short: Department of Veterans Affairs Prosthetics Employees Standards Act of 2007 as introduced.

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Official Summary

Department of Veterans Affairs Prosthetics Employees Standards Act of 2007- Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to require that an individual may perform orthotics, pedorthics, or prosthetics services for patients of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as an employee of the VA, or

Official Summary

Department of Veterans Affairs Prosthetics Employees Standards Act of 2007- Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to require that an individual may perform orthotics, pedorthics, or prosthetics services for patients of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as an employee of the VA, or as an employee of a contractor of the VA, at a work site in which there is a state licensure requirement applicable to the performance of such services in private practice only if the individual is licensed in accordance with such state requirements.

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