62J.15 Health planning.
Subdivision 1. Health technology advisory committee. The legislative commission on health care access may convene or authorize the commissioner of health to convene an advisory committee to conduct evaluations of existing research and technology assessments conducted by other entities of new and existing health care technologies as designated by the legislative commission on health care access, the commissioner, or the advisory committee. The advisory committee must include at least one person representing physicians, at least one person representing hospitals, and at least one person representing the health care technology industry. Health care technologies include high-cost drugs, devices, procedures, or processes applied to human health care, such as high-cost transplants and expensive scanners and imagers. The advisory committee is governed by section 15.0575, except that members do not receive per diem payments.
Subd. 1a. Definition. For purposes of sections 62J.15 to 62J.156, the terms "evaluate," "evaluation," and "evaluating" mean the review or reviewing of research and technology assessments conducted by other entities relating to specific technologies and their specific use and application.
Subd. 2. Repealed, 1993 c 345 art 4 s 7
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