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What are the possible outcomes of a practice management review?

If the reviewer finds that there are no areas for improvement or a few minor areas for improvement, the member may be required to confirm that deficiencies have been addressed or the file will be closed. If there are more substantial areas for improvement, the Executive Director may require the member to provide an undertaking to improve or rectify those areas and direct the reviewer to follow-up with the member. If there are serious practice management issues or other conduct that may be deserving of sanction noted in the report, the Executive Director may file an allegation in accordance with the discipline process. See rule 14.07A.