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E3. What is proposed revocation?

Guidance for proposed revocation


Issued by: Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) of Health Information Technology

E3. What is proposed revocation?

The National Coordinator may propose to revoke an ONC-ACB's status if the National Coordinator has reliable evidence that the ONC-ACB has committed a Type-1 violation. The National Coordinator may propose to revoke an ONC-ACB's status if, after the ONC-ACB has been notified of a Type-2 violation, the ONC-ACB fails to:

  • To rebut the finding of a violation with sufficient evidence showing that the violation did not occur or that the violation has been corrected; or
  • Submit to the National Coordinator a written response to the noncompliance notification within the specified timeframe.

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