From Frankfort

House bill regarding online eye care testing and prescriptions passes Senate committee

03/07/2018 04:26 PM

FRANKFORT – A House bill which would require Kentuckians to have real-time visits with an eye doctor if they are getting an eye examination or eye prescription online was passed on Wednesday by the Senate Standing Committee on Health and Welfare. House Bill 191, sponsored by Rep. Jim Gooch, R-Providence, would require doctors to sign off on an exam or prescription in real-time before the patient could get their eye glasses or contact lens from the growing number of online eye... Read more 

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