3. Right to re-submit a revised agreement – If the investigation period concludes that the management agreement is not in accordance with the Dental Practice Act and the MAR, the licensed dentist and the management company will provide an explanation of the reasons for their finding of non-compliance. The licensed dentist and the management company will have the opportunity to submit a revised version of the administrative agreement or any other response to the IP for verification. If the IP believes that the revised version is compliant, it will follow the closing procedure described in paragraph 2. If not, the matter is considered by the board of directors. Licensed dentists must ensure that they do not enter into unauthorized agreements with unlicensed individuals or entities for the provision of a combination of management or business assistance services, including management companies covered by N.C Gen. Stat. 90-40.2 (a) (4). Otherwise, a licensed dentist may be disciplined by the House because it allows its name to be used by an unauthorized person or organization, or to support, support or support the illegal practice of dentistry.
Most private practice contracts provide for a one-year term, with the possibility of terminating for no reason, which is sufficiently known for 30 to 90 days. Many DSO agreements do not allow associate dentists to terminate without reason, and may impose heavy penalties for early termination of the contract. Dental practitioners with the ultimate goal of owning their own practice must meet these common DSO contractual terms before entering into an agreement. 4. The waiver of ex parte communication limited by the licensed dentist and the management company, allowing board staff, the Board of Inquiry and its advisor to submit documents to board members and discuss with them a recommendation that the proposed management agreement be consistent with the data authority and the MAR. This waiver is only used if the IP recommends that the management agreement be compliant. To comply with the MAR, any licensed dentist who submits an effective or proposed agreement to the Commission for review must do so by providing a written summary that states “all the essential conditions of the agreement between or between the parties). The House will decide, within a reasonable and undue delay, whether the agreement is in accordance with the law, as soon as it has received a full filing. However, the Board of Directors will not begin reviewing an administrative agreement until it has received a full proposal. If you have questions about whether a particular agreement should be submitted for verification or if the documents should be included, you can contact the board office for more information.
The Board of Directors will not hold an administrative arrangement submitted for review in its entirety and is not ready to be revised unless it contains at least the following documents: the investigating body will not conduct a review of the content of the administrative agreement which will be renewed if the following conditions are met: 5) any management agreement that has changed the professional unit, dentist or management company, even if the agreement has been pre-verified. According to the law, all CMAs must be submitted to the Board of Dentistry before the advanced dentist/dentist must be taken care of and updated in case of change or at least once a year. 5. Board Advisory Notice – The Board of Directors` Advisory Body will issue a notice as to whether the administrative agreement in dispute is in accordance with applicable North Carolina law. As a general rule, the consultation body will give its opinion on the agreement within 30 days of the IRC. A copy of the notice is made available to the licensed dentist and the management company. 3. Any management agreement that has been pre-examined by the Board of Directors and is intended to be renewed, extended or extended by the parties beyond its original terms, regardless of whether or not the extension requires action by the parties.