(A) A licensee who is eligible to participate in the quality intervention program (QUIP) shall enter into a participatory agreement, as set forth in rule 4715-40-04 of the Administrative Code, and shall comply with all the terms and conditions set forth in the agreement.
(B) A participant shall provide or cause to be provided to QUIP a written report from the educational provider(s) stating that the participant has successfully completed the educational intervention.
(C) Upon receipt of the written report required by paragraph (B) of this rule, the QUIP panel shall review all information relevant to the participant's education and/or remediation to make a recommendation to the board as to whether the participant's practice as a dentist, dental hygienist, or dental assistant radiographer meets the accepted standards for the profession.
(D) When the board or its designee determines that the licensee's identified practice deficiency has been sufficiently corrected so as to conform to the accepted standards for the profession, the board shall notify the participant in writing that the education and/or remediation has been successfully completed and participation in QUIP is concluded.
(E) The board shall continue with proceedings in accordance with division (D) of section 4715.03 of the Revised Code upon receipt of a report from QUIP that indicates:
(1) Refusal of the licensee to participate in or to execute the participatory agreement set forth in rule 4715-40-04 of the Administrative Code; or
(2) Failure of the licensee to satisfactorily progress or successfully complete the education and/or remediation program; or
(3) Termination from the education and/or remediation program as set forth in rule 4715-40-05 of the Administrative Code.