Health Screen Testing: Definitions
(1)“Clinician” means a nurse practitioner licensed and certified by the Oregon State Board of Nursing, or a physician assistant licensed by the Board of Medical Examiners for the State of Oregon.
(2)“Health Screen Testing” means tests performed without a physician’s or clinicians’s order for the purpose of identifying health risks, providing health information, and referring the person being tested to medical care.
(3)“Health Screen Testing Service” means a service providing health screen testing.
(4)“Health Screen Testing Site” means the permanent location, temporary site or mobile vehicle where health screen testing is performed.
(5)“Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)” means a hormone produced by the placenta which appears in serum and urine and may be an indication of pregnancy.
(6)“Operator” means the person (e.g., individual, corporation, political subdivision, etc.) which operates the health screen testing service.
(7)“Person” includes individuals, corporations, associations, firms, partnerships and joint stock companies.
(8)“Pertinent Laboratory Experience” means the activity of performing laboratory testing or directing the performance of testing in human clinical chemistry.
(9)“Site Day” means the 24-hour period during which, either all or part of the time, testing is performed at a specific location.
Rule 333-024-0375 — Health Screen Testing: Definitions,