The analysis of any legal or medical billing is dependent on numerous specific facts — including the factual situations present related to the patients, the practice, the professionals and the medical services and advice. Additionally, laws and regulations and insurance and payer policies are subject to change. The information that has been accurate previously can be particularly dependent on changes in time or circumstances. The information contained in this web site is intended as general information only. It is not intended to serve as medical, health, legal or financial advice or as a substitute for professional advice of a medical coding professional, healthcare consultant, physician or medical professional, legal counsel, accountant or financial advisor. If you have a question about a specific matter, you should contact a professional advisor directly. CPT copyright American Medical Association. All rights reserved. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
Michigan OT Grounds for Discipline
The disciplinary subcommittee shall proceed if it finds that one or more of the following grounds exist:
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this section, a violation of general duty, consisting of negligence or failure to exercise due care, including negligent delegation to or supervision of employees or other individuals, whether or not injury results, or any conduct, practice, or condition that impairs, or may impair, the ability to safely and skillfully engage in the practice of the health profession.
Personal disqualifications, consisting of one or more of the following:
Prohibited acts, consisting of one or more of the following:
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this section, unethical business practices, consisting of one or more of the following:
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this section, unprofessional conduct, consisting of one or more of the following:
Failure to notify under section 16222(3) or (4).
Failure to report a change of name or mailing address.
A violation, or aiding or abetting in a violation, of this article or of a rule promulgated under this article.
Failure to comply with a subpoena issued pursuant to this part, failure to respond to a complaint issued under this article, article 7, or article 8, failure to appear at a compliance conference or an administrative hearing, or failure to report under section 16222(1) or 16223.
Failure to pay an installment of an assessment levied under the insurance code of 1956, 1956 PA 218, MCL 500.100 to 500.8302, within 60 days after notice by the appropriate board.
A violation of section 17013 or 17513.
Failure to meet 1 or more of the requirements for licensure or registration under section 16174.
A violation of section 17015, 17015a, 17017, 17515, or 17517.
A violation of section 17016 or 17516.
Failure to comply with section 9206(3).
A violation of section 5654 or 5655.
A violation of section 16274.
A violation of section 17020 or 17520.
A violation of the medical records access act, 2004 PA 47, MCL 333.26261 to 333.26271.
A violation of section 17764(2).
Failure to comply with the terms of a practice agreement described in section 17047(2)(a) or (b), 17547(2)(a) or (b), or 18047(2)(a) or (b).
A violation of section 7303a(2).
A violation of section 7303a(4) or (5).
A violation of section 7303b.
A violation of section 17754a.
Beginning January 1, 2021, a violation of section 24507 or 24509.
Mich. Comp. Laws §333.16221
Therapy Comply is a healthcare compliance firm that seeks to bring high quality web-based compliance guidance and one-on-one consulting services to small and medium size physical, occupational, and speech therapy practices.
Join today as either a monthly or a yearly member and enjoy full access to the site and a significant discount to our live and recorded webinars. Members also have access to compliance and billing support.