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  331.115.  Missouri license not required, when. — A chiropractic physician licensed outside of this state shall not be required to obtain a Missouri license when:

  (1)  In consultation as a result of transmission of individual patient data by electronic or other means from within this state to an out-of-state licensed chiropractor with a chiropractor licensed to practice in this state, so long as a chiropractor licensed in this state retains ultimate authority and responsibility for the diagnosis or treatment in the care of the patient located within this state; or

  (2)  Evaluating a patient or rendering an oral or written chiropractic opinion, in connection with providing testimony or reviewing records for the purpose of any civil, criminal, or administrative proceeding in this state.


(L. 2004 H.B. 1246)

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