The intent of the General Assembly in enacting this subchapter is to establish minimum
standards of education, experience and examination for professional polysomnographers
so that the public can readily identify those who meet these minimum standards. In enacting this subchapter the General Assembly intends to provide a licensure
process for professional polysomnographers, a scope of practice for polysomnographer
services, and to establish “licensed polysomnographer” as the state-recognized legal
title for professional polysomnographers. It is also the intent of the General Assembly in enacting this subchapter to assure
consumers the right to choose from whom they receive information and advice. Recognition of these goals will protect the health of the public by broadening access
to appropriate polysomnography services.
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