If the taker does not comply with the terms of the consent agreement, the licensee may be subject to an automatic three-year ban on his licence. If a licensee successfully meets the terms of the approval agreement, his or her participation in the PRV is not disclosed. 2) Complete the registration form and the PNAP form that treats the participation form as a voluntary registration contract. On a one-step approach, PNAP tries to enforce this contract as if it were the nurses` council. That is not the case. For example, before or during the evaluation process (wait for the schedule, participate in the evaluation or receive the report – which is always delayed due to receipt of medical records), PNAP may order VRP participants not to work. The participation of the PNAP is voluntary and voluntary, it is membership. PNAP first tests a licensee`s ability to do the job by excluding work equipment. It`s not fair. Only a formal provision of the board of directors preventing a licensee from practising his profession impairs a licence and his ability to work. If you have to work and PNAP does not allow you, you should not go to the VRP. In the absence of a formal order of the Board of Directors, PNAP and PHNP do not have the authority to compel licensees to comply with the PRV participation requirements. PHMP sometimes requires VRP participants to participate in a follow-up plan based on the PHMP-approved evaluation.

Or it is only after participating in the care plan that the licensee will be able to return to work. It`s not true. Months could pass without work, expenses will increase and licensees will have to work. According to the VRP`s letter of complaint, “failure to comply with the terms of the PHMP agreement will lead to the opening of formal disciplinary proceedings against the license in practice.” PNAP and PHMP cannot impose disciplinary action. Phmp and PNAP threaten not to comply with the terms of the PHMP participation agreement – mandatory disciplinary measures – without a formal agreement from the care committee is a meaningless threat. Only a Pennsylvania prosecutor can take disciplinary action. Staff of PHMP and PNAP case workers cannot take legal action. Phmp and PNAP are not entitled to take disciplinary action. It is only when a professional licensing committee in Pennsylvania receives a formal order from the board of directors that accepts an approval agreement – which is different from a PHMP agreement – that disciplinary proceedings can be initiated for violation of that order.