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After section 17E of the 1978 Act, insert—
(1)Regulations may provide that a person may not perform personal dental services under section 17C arrangements or a pilot scheme with a Health Board unless his name is included in a list maintained under the regulations by the Board.
(2)Regulations under subsection (1) may make provision in relation to such lists and in particular as to—
(a)the preparation, maintenance and publication of a list;
(b)eligibility for inclusion in a list;
(c)applications for inclusion (including provision for the procedure for applications to be made and dealt with and the documents to be supplied on application);
(d)the grounds on which an application for inclusion must be granted or refused;
(e)requirements with which a person included in a list must comply (including requirements as to standards of performance and patient care and as to declarations, consents or undertakings);
(f)suspension or removal from a list (including the grounds for and consequences of suspension or removal);
(g)circumstances in which a person included in a list may not withdraw from it;
(h)payments to be made by a Health Board in respect of a person suspended from a list (including provision for the amount of, or the method of calculating, the payment to be determined by the Scottish Ministers);
(i)criteria to be applied in making decisions under the regulations;
(j)disclosure of information about applicants for inclusion, refusals of applications, or suspensions, removals or references to the Tribunal, including in particular the disclosure of information about any such matter by a Health Board to the Scottish Ministers and by the Scottish Ministers to a Health Board.”.
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