Who has Access to Information Contained in IMP3 Files?
State law mandates that information about IMP3 participants be kept confidential as long as participants are in compliance with program requirements. This means information about a participant will not become a matter of public record, i.e., be reported to the Board, the National Practitioner Data Bank, or the news media. The IMP3 only provides information about participants to the Board when they are not in compliance with the terms of their agreements or contracts. It is the Board’s hope this is a rare occurrence because participants are given clear and fair guidelines for remaining in good standing with the program.