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After section 43C of the 1977 Act there shall be inserted—
(1)The Secretary of State may make regulations providing for the preparation and publication by each Health Authority of one or more lists of persons approved by the Health Authority for the purpose of assisting in the provision of general medical services, general dental services, general ophthalmic services and pharmaceutical services.
(2)Such a list is referred to in this section as a “supplementary list”.
(3)The regulations may, in particular, include provision as to—
(a)the Health Authority to which an application for inclusion in a supplementary list is to be made,
(b)the procedure for applying for inclusion, including any information to be supplied to the Health Authority (whether by the applicant or by arrangement with him),
(c)grounds on which the Health Authority may, or must, refuse a person’s application for inclusion in a supplementary list (including his unsuitability for inclusion in such a list), or on which they may defer their decision on the application,
(d)requirements with which a person included in a supplementary list must comply (including the declaration of financial interests and of gifts and other benefits),
(e)grounds on which a Health Authority may, or must, suspend or remove a person from a supplementary list, the procedure for doing so, and the consequences of doing so,
(f)payments to or in respect of persons who are suspended from a supplementary list (including provision for the amount of the payments, or the method of calculating the amount, to be determined by the Secretary of State or by another person appointed for the purpose by the Secretary of State),
(g)the supply to the Health Authority by an applicant for inclusion in a supplementary list, or by a person included in one, of a criminal conviction certificate under section 112 of the Police Act 1997 (c. 50), a criminal record certificate under section 113 of that Act or an enhanced criminal record certificate under section 115 of that Act,
(h)circumstances in which a person included in a supplementary list may not withdraw from it,
(i)criteria to be applied in making decisions under the regulations,
(j)appeals against decisions of Health Authorities under the regulations,
(k)the disclosure by a Health Authority, to prescribed persons or persons of prescribed descriptions, of information of a prescribed description about applicants for inclusion in a supplementary list, refusals of such applications, and suspensions and removals from that list.
(4)The regulations may, in particular, also provide for—
(a)a person’s inclusion in a supplementary list to be subject to conditions determined by the Health Authority,
(b)the Health Authority to vary the conditions or impose different ones,
(c)the consequences of failing to comply with a condition (including removal from the list), and
(d)the review by the Health Authority of their decisions made by virtue of regulations under this subsection.
(5)The imposition of such conditions must be with a view to—
(a)preventing any prejudice to the efficiency of the services to which the supplementary list relates; or
(b)preventing any acts or omissions of the type described in section 49F(3)(a) below.
(6)Regulations made by virtue of subsection (3)(e) may (but need not) make provision corresponding to anything in sections 49F to 49N below.
(7)If the regulations provide under subsection (3)(e) or (4) that a Health Authority may suspend or remove a person from a supplementary list, they must include provision—
(a)requiring him to be given notice of any allegation against him;
(b)giving him the opportunity of putting his case at a hearing before the Health Authority make any decision as to his suspension or removal; and
(c)requiring him to be given notice of the Health Authority’s decision and the reasons for it and of any right of appeal under subsection (8) or (9).
(8)If the regulations provide under subsection (3)(c) or (e) that a Health Authority may refuse a person’s application for inclusion in a supplementary list, or remove a person from one, the regulations must provide for an appeal (by way of redetermination) to the FHSAA against the Health Authority’s decision.
(9)If the regulations make provision under subsection (4), they must provide for an appeal (by way of redetermination) by the person in question to the FHSAA against the Health Authority’s decision—
(a)to impose conditions, or any particular condition,
(b)to vary a condition,
(c)to remove him from the supplementary list for breach of condition,
(d)on any review of an earlier such decision of theirs.
(10)Regulations may require a person (“A”) included in—
(a)a medical list,
(b)a list referred to in section 36(1)(a),
(c)a list referred to in section 39(1)(a),
(d)a list referred to in section 42(2)(a), or
(e)a list referred to in section 43(2A),
not to employ or engage a person (“B”) to assist him in the provision of the relevant service unless B is included in a list referred to in paragraphs (a) to (e), a supplementary list, a services list referred to in section 28DA above or section 8ZA of the National Health Service (Primary Care) Act 1997 (c. 46) or a list corresponding to a services list prepared by a Health Authority by virtue of regulations made under section 41 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001 (or, in any of those cases, such a list of a prescribed description).
(11)If regulations do so require, they—
(a)need not require both A and B to be included in lists prepared by the same Health Authority, but
(b)may, in particular, require that both A and B be included in lists prepared by Health Authorities in England, or in lists prepared by Health Authorities in Wales.”
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