Meeting Materials


Cyd Brandvein, President
David Turetsky, OD, Vice President
Rachel Michelin, Secretary
Madhu Chawla, OD
Martha Garcia, CLD, SLD
Glenn Kawaguchi, OD
Debra McIntyre, OD
Mark Morodomi, JD
Maria Salazar Sperber, JD
Lillian Wang, OD

Rachel Michelin, Chair
Glen Kawaguchi, OD
Mark Morodomi
Maria Salazar-Sperber, JD
Lillian Wang, OD

March 23, 2018
10:15 AM – 12:15 PM
(or until conclusion of business)

Moraga Country Club
1600 St Andrews Dr.
Moraga, CA 94556

Department of Consumer Affairs
HQ2 - Hearing Room
1747 North Market Boulevard,
Sacramento, CA 95834


  1. Call to Order/Roll Call/Establishment of a Quorum
  2. Public Comment for Items Not on the Agenda
    • Note: The committee may not discuss or take action on any matter raised during this public comment section, except to decide whether to place the matter on the agenda of a future meeting [Government Code §11125, §11125.7(a)].
  3. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Meeting Minutes: December 14, 2017
  4. Update and Discussion with Stakeholders Regarding Mobile Optometric Services; Potential Recommendations to Full Board
  5. Update, Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Business and Professions Code Section 3109; Potential Recommendations to Full Board
  6. Update, Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Proposed Regulation to Define a “Complete Report” Referenced in Business and Professions Code § 801; Potential Recommendations to Full Board
  7. Update, Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Potential Regulations Implementing AB 443 Specific to Immunization Training Programs; Potential Recommendations to Full Board
  8. Update and Possible Action on 2017-18 Legislation Impacting the Practice of Optometry, Healing Arts Boards and Department Wide Programs; Potential Recommendations to Full Board
    • A. Optometry
      • 1. AB 1802 (Salas) Optometry: scope of practice
      • 2. AB 2444 (Burke) Pupil health: eye and vision health
      • 3. AB 3184 (Rubio) California State Board of Optometry
      • 4. SB 1386 (McGuire) Professions and vocations
    • B. Healing Arts Boards
      • 1. AB. 1659 (Low) Healing arts boards: inactive licenses
      • 2. AB 2078 (Daly) Sex offenses: professional services
      • 3. AB 2193 (Maienschein) Maternal mental health
      • 4. AB 2461 (Flora and Obernolte) Criminal history information: subsequent arrest notification
      • 5. SB 762 (Hernandez) Healing arts licensee: license activation fee: waiver
    • C. Department Wide
      • 1. AB 767 (Quirk-Silva) Master Business License Act
      • 2. AB 3138 (Chiu) Licensing boards: denial of application: criminal conviction
      • 3. AB 2264 (Brough) Professions and vocations: fees
      • 4. AB 3183 (Carrillo) Consumers
      • 5. SB 244 (Lara) Privacy: agencies: personal information
      • 6. SB 984 (Skinner) State boards and commissions: representation: women
      • 7. SB 1137 (Vidak) Veterans: professional licensing benefits
      • 8. SB 1465 (Hill) Professions and vocations: examinations
  9. Future Agenda Items
  10. Adjournment

The mission of the California State Board of Optometry s to protect the health and safety of California consumers through licensing, education, and regulation of the practice of Optometry.

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