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The performing practitioner cannot supervise (oversee or monitor) what (s)he cannot do--either via qualification/training or regulation. Also, the hospital's policy and procedures and/or medical staff's rules and regulations should be clear in this regard.
No, unless it required by the bylaws of the facility.
No, unless you are prescribing. If prescribing you will need a collaborative agreement with a physician. You will need a DEA number if you are prescribing controlled substances.
No. Found in CMS Requirements for Hospitals.
Definition of “Immediately Available”
CMS Requirements for Hospitals
CMS Requirements for ASTCs