The following shall result in the termination of the sponsorship status given to an organization or to an individual:
awarding continuing education units for programs which fail to meet the criteria in part 2500.1500;
making any false representation to the board or to the chiropractors who attend a program; and
At least 30 days prior to the proposed date of revocation, the board shall notify the sponsor in writing of its alleged infractions. The sponsor then has 30 days to notify the board in writing of its intent to contest. The intent to contest must include the sponsor's answer to the notice of alleged infractions.
Upon receipt of an intent to contest, the executive officers of the board shall notify the sponsor of a time and place to meet to review the proposed sponsorship revocation including the sponsor's answer.
Any decision of the executive officers terminating sponsorship following such a meeting shall be final and binding without a contested case hearing and shall not be subject to judicial review or to a judicial stay pending any attempt to seek such review.
The sponsor may continue to present continuing education courses until the issuance of a final written decision of the revocation process by the executive officers of the board.
17 SR 1711; 27 SR 1102
August 24, 2011