General Standards Of Practice

This is Article 6 of the Code of Virginia, titled “General Standards Of Practice.” It is part of Title 54.1, titled “Professions And Occupations.” It is part of Subtitle III, titled “Professions And Occupations Regulated By Boards Within The Department Of Health Professions.” It is part of Chapter 29, titled “Medicine And Other Healing Arts.” It’s comprised of the following 21 sections.

§ 54.1-2962
Division of fees among physicians prohibited
§ 54.1-2962.01
Anatomic pathology services; fees
§ 54.1-2962.1
Solicitation or receipt of remuneration in exchange for referral prohibited
§ 54.1-2962.2
Physician-patient relationship; effect of certain emergency department treatment
§ 54.1-2963
Selling vitamins or food supplements in connection with a practice of the healing arts
§ 54.1-2963.1
Disclosure of medical treatment options
§ 54.1-2963.2
(Expires July 1, 2018) Lyme disease testing information disclosure
§ 54.1-2964
Disclosure of interest in referral facilities and clinical laboratories
§ 54.1-2965
§ 54.1-2966
Physicians reporting disabilities to aircraft pilots licensing authorities exempt from liability; testifying in certain proceedings
§ 54.1-2966.1
Physicians reporting disabilities of drivers
§ 54.1-2967
Physicians and others rendering medical aid to report certain wounds
§ 54.1-2968
Information about certain handicapped persons
§ 54.1-2969
Authority to consent to surgical and medical treatment of certain minors
§ 54.1-2970
Medical treatment for certain persons incapable of giving informed consent
§ 54.1-2970.1
Individual incapable of making informed decision; procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination; consent by minors
§ 54.1-2971
§ 54.1-2971.01
Prescription in excess of recommended dosage in certain cases
§ 54.1-2971.1
Disclosure for certain treatment of infertility
§ 54.1-2972
When person deemed medically and legally dead; determination of death; nurses' or physician assistants' authority to pronounce death under certain circumstances
§ 54.1-2973
Persons who may authorize postmortem examination of decedent's body