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34 Pa. Code § 129.112. Written report of audit.

§ 129.112. Written report of audit.

 (a)  After the conclusion of the audit, the Bureau will issue a written report containing its findings. The report will indicate whether the Bureau has issued a final determination of adequate or an initial determination of inadequate with regard to an insurer’s accident and illness prevention services.

 (b)  The Bureau will notify the insurer of a final determination of adequate.

 (c)  The Bureau will provide written notification to the insurer of specific deficiencies and recommendations for corrective action if it assigns an initial determination of inadequate. Within 60-calendar days from the date of the audit report, the insurer shall provide written documentation that it has complied with the Bureau’s recommendations. If the insurer believes that it will take more than 60 days to implement the recommendations, it shall file a plan of correction in accordance with §  129.113 (relating to plan of correction/reports of progress on correcting deficiencies). At the end of the 60-calendar day correction period, a final determination of adequate or inadequate will be assigned. The insurer will receive notification of this final determination. The Commissioner will receive notification of final determinations of inadequate.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  129.113 (relating to plan of correction/reports of progress on correcting deficiencies).

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