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News Release
Nurse Staffing Advisory Board, Civil Monetary Penalty Committee meets virtually Aug. 10 - 08/09/22

August 9, 2022

Media Contact: Jonathan Modie, 971-246-9139, Jonathan.N.Modie@dhsoha.state.or.us

Nurse Staffing Advisory Board, Civil Monetary Penalty Committee meets virtually Aug. 10

What: The Nurse Staffing Advisory Board, Civil Monetary Penalty Committee is holding its seventh meeting.


  • Review the meeting agenda
  • Review changes to the draft CMP Decision-making tool
    • Provide feedback on incorporated changes
    • Vote to recommend tool to the NSAB
  • Discuss CMP report for NSAB
    • Recommend changes
    • Vote to move CMP report to the NSAB
  • Summarize action items and next steps

The agenda will be available on www.healthoregon.org/nursestaffing

When: Aug. 10, 2-3 p.m.

Where: Please register for this meeting to receive meeting login information:


Background: The Nurse Staffing Advisory Board advises Oregon Health Authority on the administration of Oregon’s nurse staffing laws; identifies trends, opportunities and concerns related to nurse staffing; makes recommendations to OHA based on those trends, opportunities and concerns; and reviews the enforcement powers and processes under Oregon’s nurse staffing laws.

Program contact: Kimberly Voelker



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