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31 Pa. Code § 151.12. Reports of examination.

§ 151.12. Reports of examination.

 (a)  Upon completion of a financial examination of a provider as authorized by section 19 of the act (40 P. S. §  3219), a report of the examination will be prepared.

 (b)  The report of examination shall be submitted to the provider examined, who shall have the privilege of objecting to the report within 30 days from the receipt thereof.

 (c)  Objections to a report of examination shall be made in compliance with the requirements of §  58.2 (reserved).

 (d)  In the event the examined provider raises an objection, the Commissioner will grant a hearing and issue a final adjudication before making the report available for public inspection. Prior to the final adjudication, a report of examination shall not be a public document available under the act of June 21, 1957 (P. L. 390, No. 212) (65 P. S. § §  66.1—66.4)

 (e)  The procedures set forth in §  58.3 (relating to hearing procedure) will be followed for all hearings granted to consider objections to a report of examination.

 (f)  Upon acceptance of a report of examination by the provider examined, or upon issuance of an adjudication after a hearing has been held to consider objections, the Commissioner, if he deems it in the interest of the public to do so, may publish all or any portion of the report in a manner he deems appropriate.


   The provisions of this §  151.12 adopted March 15, 1985, effective March 16, 1985, 15 Pa.B. 1051.

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