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Tennessee HB1982

Controlled Substances - As enacted, specifies that, on and after July 1, 2016, a new applicant may only qualify as a pain management specialist through board certification by the American board of interventional pain physicians (ABIPP) by passing parts 1 and 2 of its examination, and holding an unencumbered Tennessee license, and maintaining the minimum number of CME hours in pain management to satisfy retention of ABIPP diplomate status. - Amends TCA Title 63, Chapter 1, Part 3.