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(1) Except as provided in s. 344.63, no person may operate a motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless the owner or operator of the vehicle has in effect a motor vehicle liability policy with respect to the vehicle being operated.
(2) Except as provided in s. 344.63, no person may operate a motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless the person, while operating the vehicle, has in his or her immediate possession proof that he or she is in compliance with sub. (1). The operator of the motor vehicle shall display the proof required under this subsection upon demand from any traffic officer.The proof required under this subsection may be produced in either printed or electronic format, including by display of electronic images on a cellular telephone or other electronic device. If this proof is displayed in electronic format on any cellular telephone or other electronic device, the traffic officer may not view, and producing proof in electronic format is not considered consent for the traffic officer to view, any content on the telephone or other device except the proof required under this subsection.
(3) Nothing in this subchapter prohibits a person who violates this section from also being subject to any provision in subchs. I to IV of this chapter.
(a) A hospital that employs physicians under this subchapter shall:
(1) appoint a chief medical officer, who may be a member of the hospital's medical staff;
(2) adopt, maintain, and enforce policies to ensure that a physician employed by the hospital exercises the physician's independent medical judgment in providing care to patients at the hospital; and
(3) designate the chief medical officer as the contact for the Texas Medical Board for all matters relating to complaints regarding interference or attempted interference with a physician's independent medical judgment or any other matter under this section.
(b) The person appointed as chief medical officer shall report the person's appointment to the Texas Medical Board.
(c) The policies adopted under this section must include:
(1) policies relating to:
(B) quality assurance;
(C) utilization review;
(D) peer review; and
(E) medical decision-making; and
(2) the implementation of a complaint mechanism to process and resolve complaints regarding interference or attempted interference with a physician's independent medical judgment.
(d) The policies adopted under this section must be approved by the chief medical officer.
(e) In the event of a conflict between a policy approved by the chief medical officer and any other policy of the hospital, a conflict management process shall be jointly developed and implemented to resolve the conflict.
(f) For all matters relating to the practice of medicine, each physician employed by a hospital under this subchapter shall ultimately report to the chief medical officer.
(g) The chief medical officer shall immediately report to the Texas Medical Board any action or event that the chief medical officer reasonably and in good faith believes constitutes a compromise of the independent medical judgment of a physician in caring for a patient.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Vehicles (Ch. 340 to 351) § 344.62. Motor vehicle liability insurance required - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/vehicles-ch-340-to-351/wi-st-344-62/
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