State rules establish adequate supervision between a father and a doctor. A written agreement reached jointly by the attending physician and the father is required. The doctor must be available at all times during the care of patients by the AP. The doctor must be 66 percent of the time that the AP practices, in addition to other on-site requirements. MB. Rev. Stat. 334.735 (1-2. 7-13) (8) “Supervision”, control exercised on a medical assistant who works in the same medical facility as the 66 per cent of the period during which a medical assistant provides care to patients, except that a medical assistant may perform follow-up examinations in hospitals, nursing homes, patient homes and prisons , each exam is verified, approved and signed. unless this is provided for in Section 2 of this section.

For the purposes of this section, the percentage of time the medical assistant provides to the on-site treating physician must be measured by calendar quarter. The supervising physician must be available, either personally or by telecommunications, during the period during which the medical assistant provides care to patients. The board sets out the rules under Chapter 536 for documentation relating to the joint verification of the medical assistant`s activity by the supervisory physician and the medical assistant. The medical assistant should be limited to practice in places where the supervising physician is not more than 30 miles on the road, either by the most immediate route available or by other means, in order to create a barrier to effective intervention and follow-up of patient care or proper service verification. Notwithstanding all other provisions of this chapter, any medical staff professional working in a sector of the shortage of health professionals as of April 1, 2007 is permitted to practice up to ninety days after the House rules establishing the waiver procedure in Section 2 of this section and is authorized to practice , in accordance with the requirements of the supervisory physician, on the medical career in effect on April 1, 2007. , 2007.