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The Enforcement Division includes Regulation, Pharmacy and Drug Monitoring, Compliance, Continuing Education Audit, and the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS). The Division is responsible for issuing administrative and formal complaints alleging violations of the Occupational Code and the Public Health Code, including but not limited to professional standards and negligence, sanitation, over-prescribing, over-dispensing, diversion of controlled substances, and continuing education requirement violations. In addition, the Division negotiates settlements, presents licensure and disciplinary matters to boards and disciplinary subcommittees, and monitors compliance for all final disciplinary orders for the 26 health and 14 occupational professions regulated by the Bureau. The Compliance Section processes license reinstatement and reclassification applications while the MAPS Section administers Michigan’s prescription drug monitoring program.
CE Broker is an optional web-based tool that is available to all licensees, except for accountants and real estate brokers and salespersons, to track their Continuing Education (CE). However, the CE Audit Section requires that all health and occupational licensees undergoing a CE audit upload their CE into the CE Broker tracking tool. If a licensee is selected for an audit, they will receive an email from CE Broker that was initiated by the Department’s CE Audit Section. CE Broker will track the number of hours completed and remaining for the audit cycle being audited. The system is easy to use, and all licensees have access to a free Basic account. To use CE Broker visit https://cebroker.com/mi/account/basic/ and enter your license number.