Washington administrative code
Washington Administrative Code rules pertaining to ambulances or containing the word "ambulance" in the text or title as of 06/24/2019 by law number.
Chapter 36 - 14 WAC
PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR MARTIAL ARTS
Physician and ambulance or paramedical unit requirements for amateur events.
Table C405.6.2(2)—Individual lighting power allowances for building exteriors.
Classes of emergency workers.
Eligibility requirements and procedures for filing personal injury claims.
Health care coverage—Scope of covered categories of service.
Health care coverage—Description of covered categories of service.
Health care coverage—Noncovered services.
Health care services provided outside the state of Washington—General provisions.
Eligible provider types.
Billing a client.
Alien emergency medical program (AEM).
The MAA ambulance transportation program.
Client eligibility for ambulance transportation.
Scope of coverage for ambulance transportation.
Ambulance services the department does not cover.
General requirements for ambulance providers.
General limitations on payment for ambulance services.
Ambulance coverage during inpatient hospitals stays.
Payment for ground ambulance services.
Payment for ground ambulance services in special circumstances.
Procedure code modifiers.
Payment limitations for air ambulance services.
Payment for ambulance services provided in another state or U.S. territory.
Ambulance coverage in Canada, Mexico, and other countries.
Coverage for nonemergency ground ambulance transportation.
Coverage for nonemergency air ambulance transportation.
Transportation to or from out-of-state treatment facilities—Coordination of benefits.
Transporting qualified trauma cases.
Transportation coverage under the Involuntary Treatment Act (ITA).
Nonemergency transportation broker and provider requirements.
Nonemergency transportation—Exclusions and limitations.
Hospital services definitions.
Covered and noncovered revenue codes categories and subcategories for inpatient hospital services.
Covered and noncovered revenue code categories and subcategories for outpatient hospital services.
Services and equipment covered by the department but not included in the LTAC fixed per diem rate.
Covered services, including core services and supplies reimbursed through the hospice daily rate.
HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF
Birth center—Physical environment.
Plan for consultation, emergency transfer and referral.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AND TRAUMA CARE SYSTEMS
EMS training program requirements, approval, reapproval, discipline
Initial EMS training course requirements and course approval.
EMS specialized training.
Senior EMS instructor (SEI) approval.
Senior EMS instructor (SEI) reapproval of recognition.
Denial, suspension, modification or revocation of SEI recognition.
To apply for training.
To obtain initial EMS provider certification following the successful completion of Washington state approved EMS course.
To obtain reciprocal (out-of-state) EMS certification, based on a current out-of-state or national EMS certification approved by the department.
To obtain EMS certification by challenging the educational requirements, based on possession of a current health care providers credential.
General education requirements for EMS provider recertification.
The CME method of recertification.
The OTEP method of recertification.
Recertification, reversion, reissuance, and reinstatement of certification.
Authorized care—Scope of practice.
LICENSURE AND VERIFICATION
Denial, suspension, revocation.
Ground ambulance vehicle standards.
Ground ambulance and aid service—Equipment.
Ground ambulance and aid service—Communications equipment.
Air ambulance services.
Ambulance and aid services—Record requirements.
Ambulance and aid services—Inspections and investigations.
Trauma verification of prehospital EMS services.
To apply for initial verification or to change verification status as a prehospital EMS service.
Verification—Noncompliance with standards.
Trauma registry—Department responsibilities.
Trauma registry—Provider responsibilities.
DESIGNATION OF TRAUMA CARE FACILITIES
Trauma designation process.
Trauma service standards.
Trauma rehabilitation service standards.
Interhospital transfer guidelines and agreements.
Regional quality assurance and improvement program.
Medical program director.
General responsibilities of the department.
Emergency medical services and trauma care system trust account.
Regional emergency medical services and trauma care councils.
Local emergency medical services and trauma care councils.
Fees and fines.
Audio and visual equipment.
PKU formula coverage requirements and exceptions.
Specified disease and specified accident coverage.
How must hospitals submit charges for ambulance and professional services?
How does the department or self-insurer pay out-of-state hospitals for hospital services?
Which exclusions and exceptions apply to diagnosis-related-group (DRG) payments for hospital services?
Minimum safety requirements for docks and dock facilities.
Signs and marking.
First-aid kits.; First-aid kits.
Transportation of passengers.
Tax exempt use and circumstances.
SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Adult day centers—Emergency procedures.
Are there limitations to the transportation services I can receive?
Tax liability of medical and hospital service bureaus and associations and similar health care organizations.