The Mayo Clinic says a new rule requiring that doctors who provide care in Oklahoma can also offer appointments for family members and their carers will begin in a few weeks.
The rule, which went into effect this week, applies to Mayo Clinic doctors, but it will apply to all doctors in the state.
It requires doctors to provide care within their offices in Oklahoma and the U.S. for at least six months of the appointment, or five years if they practice in Oklahoma.
This means doctors can’t offer an appointment at a doctor’s office if they have no immediate family members.
“It’s a step in the right direction,” said Dr. Michael T. O’Donnell, president of the Mayo Clinic.
“We want to make sure that patients have access to care.”
This is part of a larger change being implemented across the U .
S. to make it easier for people to get health care.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said earlier this year that the rule, called the Family Medical Leave Act, is designed to ease access to health care for millions of people, but also to provide incentives for people who want to stay in the workforce.
The new rule says doctors can offer an annual appointment in Oklahoma for up to four years.
The rule also allows doctors to extend their coverage for at most six months, but they can’t do so for a year.
The rules also require doctors to keep patient records for a minimum of 12 months.
The AMA estimates that more than 2 million people are eligible for coverage through the rule.
Patients can find more information about the MayoCare Plan on the Mayo website, as well as the Mayo Family Medical Benefits website.