Revised Rules Effective May 30, 2021
Revised rules for the Office of Hearing Aid Provider Licensure went into effect on May 30, 2021. The revisions to 1.2 and 1.12, corrected language in the rules that conflicted with portions of the statutes in Colorado House Bill 20-1326 and Colorado Senate Bill 20-102 (sections 12-20-202(3) and 12-30-115, C.R.S.).
To view the details of this rulemaking project and track all rule changes, review Tracking Number 2021-00116. The Office encourages all licensees and stakeholders to read the revised and published Rules 1.2 and 1.12. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New and Revised Rules
The new and revised rules for the Office of Hearing Aid Provider Licensure went into effect on December 15, 2020. These rules were adopted to implement:
- Colorado House Bill 20-1218: Concerning the continuation of the licensing of hearing aid providers, and, in connection therewith, implementing recommendations contained in the 2019 sunset report by the Department of Regulatory Agencies;
- Colorado House Bill 20-1326: Concerning an expansion of an individual's ability to practice an occupation in Colorado through creation of an occupational credential portability program; and
- Colorado Senate Bill 20-102: Concerning required disclosures to patients regarding formal actions based on sexual misconduct.
To view the details of this rulemaking project and track all changes to the Rules, follow Tracking Number 2020-00665. The Office encourages all licensees and stakeholders to read the final, published New and Revised Rules. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
New Surprise/Balance Billing Disclosure Form
As part of the implementation of House Bill 19-1174 Out-of-network Surprise Billing, the Division of Professions and Occupations is providing a sample disclosure form that meets the requirements of the bill and associated Rules adopted by the Division's Director.
The Colorado Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform (COPRRR) is conducting a sunset review of the Hearing Aid Provider program. Analysis in a sunset review is performed to determine whether the regulatory program is necessary and should be continued, modified or eliminated. This review will produce a report with recommendations to the Colorado General Assembly and result in subsequent legislation based on the recommendations in the report. Your input is an important component of a successful sunset review. If you would like to submit comments online, please visit COPRRR's website.