Pursuant to Executive Order 20-06, to the extent any of the following “in any way prevents, hinders, or delays the agency’s [institution’s] ability to render maximum assistance to the citizens of this state while they are adhering to guidelines to prohibit the spread of disease or seeking assistance from the state to obtain benefits or services related to health, education, employment, or any service required by the state in response to or to mitigate the spread of COVID-19”, the following statutes, and associated rules, as applicable, are suspended from March 17, 2020 until the Public Health Emergency is terminated:
- Certain Procurement Matters (related to the education; and the diagnosis and treatment of injury, illness or disease) – 19-11-229 (competitive sealed bidding), 230 (competitive sealed proposals), 234 (competitive bidding), 249 (cooperative purchasing), 265 (submission of contracts required), and 267 (development and use of performance-based contracts)
- Certain Provisions related to Licensure of Healthcare Professionals – 17-87-101 et seq., 17-95-101 et seq. and 17-91-102 (nurses, physicians and osteopathic physicians)
- Attendance and Leave (related to the diagnosis and treatment of injury, illness or disease) – 21-4-204/205 (annual leave), 207 (sick leave), 210 (leave without pay), 6-63-602 and 21-4-214 (catastrophic leave)
- Certain Provisions of FOIA (regarding the time for records to be produced) – 25-19-105
- Telemedicine Act – 17-80-401 et seq.
- Hospital Pharmacies Act – 17-92-601 et seq.
- Graduate Registered Physician Act – 17-95-901 et seq.
- Duties of Disbursing Officer (related to the diagnosis and treatment of injury, illness or disease) – 19-4-1206(b)(3)(B)
- Disposition of Property and Equipment (related to the diagnosis and treatment of injury, illness or disease) – 19-11-242, 19-11-243 and 25-8-106
Relevant rules associated with the above identified statutes and all associated regulations.