(1) A supervising physician may provide the following types of supervision to a physician assistant:
(a) direct supervision;
(b) on-site supervision; or
(c) general supervision.
(2) The supervising physician shall meet face-to-face with each physician assistant supervised a minimum of once a month for the purposes of discussion, education, and training, to include but not be limited to practice issues, patient care, and chart reviews in accordance with ARM 24.156.1623.
(3) A supervising physician may supervise more than one physician assistant if the supervising physician:
(a) agrees to supervise more than one physician assistant by signing and filing multiple supervision agreements with the board;
(b) provides appropriate and real time means of communication or back up supervision for the physician assistants;
(c) determines the appropriate level supervision (direct, on-site, or general) , based on the physician assistant's education, training, and experience; and
(d) assumes professional and legal responsibility for all physician assistants under the supervising physician's supervision regardless of the varying types of supervision.