What is a paneled HPRP treatment provider? How does one become a paneled?
A paneled treatment provider is an individual healthcare provider who is credentialed and approved...Read More
How are participants referred to HPRP?
Licensees can only be referred by: self-referrals another licensed healthcare professional licensing board and/or...Read More
What is the purpose of the HPRP?
The Michigan Health Professional Recovery Program (HPRP) was established by legislation in 1993. This...Read More
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|Provider||What is a paneled HPRP treatment provider? How does one become a paneled?||A paneled treatment provider is an individual healthcare provider who is credentialed and approved...||Read More|
|Licensee||How are participants referred to HPRP?||Licensees can only be referred by: self-referrals another licensed healthcare professional licensing board and/or...||Read More|
|Licensee||What is the purpose of the HPRP?||The Michigan Health Professional Recovery Program (HPRP) was established by legislation in 1993. This...||Read More|
|Licensee||What type of professional healthcare licenses can be monitored by HPRP?||Acupuncture Athletic Training Audiology Applied Behavior Analysis Chiropractor Counseling Dentistry Marriage and Family Therapy...||Read More|
|Licensee||If my health professional license is expired, lapsed, suspended or revoked, can I self-report to the HPRP?||LARA must refer you to the HPRP if your license is expired, lapsed, suspended,...||Read More|
|Licensee||Are Students eligible for HPRP?||Students who are applying for a limited or educational license or who are applying...||Read More|
|Licensee||If I am referred to HPRP, when am I officially ?enrolled? in HPRP?||Once a Licensee self-reports or is referred by an eligible entity to the HPRP...||Read More|
|Licensee||If I received my first Operating While Impaired (OWI)/Driving Under the Influence (DUI), am I required to contact HPRP?||The Michigan Public Health Code states that a licensed health care professional is required...||Read More|
|Licensee||How much does it cost to be a participant in the HPRP?||The cost of the program varies from participant to participant. Each of our paneled...||Read More|
|Licensee||How do I get my Monitoring Agreement notarized?||Contact your local post office. If the document needs to be mailed, it could...||Read More|
|Licensee||Does the program require licensees to drug screen?||Licensees are required to call/check into the approved HPRP contracted drug screen program Monday-...||Read More|
|Licensee||I am drug screening for another entity. Can those drug screens be used for the HPRP drug screening requirements?||No. The HPRP requires all participants to submit to random drug screening through the...||Read More|
|Employer||Am I allowed to work while in HPRP?||Yes. Licensees are required to obtain worksite approval from the HPRP for any employment...||Read More|
|Employer||What are the main responsibilities of being a Worksite Monitor?||The major responsibilities of being a worksite monitor include: Completing a worksite confirmation with...||Read More|
|Employer||My employee has work restrictions on their Monitoring Agreement. Can they be changed?||Licensees have different work restrictions that are documented on their Monitoring Agreement. Licensees are...||Read More|
|Licensee||Are licensees allowed to travel out of the state and/or the country while in the program?||Yes. Please contact your Intake/Case Manager for more information on how to do so...||Read More|
|Licensee||I am moving to a new state. Am I still required to be monitored by the HPRP?||Yes. You should be discussing relocating to another stated with your Case Manager/Intake Manager...||Read More|
|Licensee||If a licensee is no longer participating in the program do their releases of information need to be revoked?||Upon compliant case closure the releases of information are no longer considered valid releases....||Read More|
|Employer||As an employer in the health professional field, what options do I have if I suspect impairment in one of my health professional employees?||Encourage the employee to self-report by calling The HPRP at 800-453-3784. The employers may...||Read More|
|Licensee||If a licensee is no longer participating in the program do their releases of information need to be revoked?||Upon compliant case closure the releases of information are no longer considered valid releases.||Read More|