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What changes in my practice should I contact you about?

Examples of the kinds of changes you should advise us of include:

  • Changes in practice locations or mailing address
  • Changes in practice organization (such as the addition or deletion of a physician, incorporation of your practice, or a change in practice name or affiliation)
  • Changes in hospital privileges
  • Modifications in practice activities, including significant changes in your hours worked per week or coverage classification, and intent to perform refractive procedures or adding new procedures not previously performed

Changes in your status or response to other questions asked on your application form also should be reported promptly to OMIC.

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